Po-Jui Huang

Po-Jui Huang
Wan Fang Hospital · Internal Medicine

MD

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Triple-negative breast cancers (TNBCs) are associated with poor survival mediated by treatment resistance. TNBCs are fibrotic, yet little is known regarding how the extracellular matrix (ECM) evolves following therapy and whether it impacts treatment response. Analysis revealed that while primary untreated TNBCs are surrounded by a rigid stromal mi...
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Background Gastric cancer (GC) is the third leading cause of cancer mortality globally and a molecularly heterogeneous disease. Identifying the driver pathways in GC progression is crucial to improving the clinical outcome. Recent studies identified ASPM (abnormal spindle-like microcephaly-associated) and FOXM1 (Forkhead box protein M1) as novel Wn...
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Women with dense breasts have an increased lifetime risk to malignancy that has been attributed to a higher epithelial density. Quantitative proteomics, collagen analysis and mechanical measurements in normal tissue revealed that stroma in the high density breast contains more oriented, fibrillar collagen, that is stiffer and correlates with higher...
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Pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC) is a highly aggressive and treatment‐resistant malignancy. The lack of pathway‐informed biomarkers hampers the development of rational diagnostics or therapies. Recently, the protein abnormal spindle‐like microcephaly associated (ASPM) was identified as a novel Wnt and stemness regulator in PDAC, while the pa...
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A 73-year-old man presented with abdominal fullness for 2 months. He had lost 5 kg in the previous 2 months. He did not have fever or abdominal pain. He had a history of chronic hepatitis B. Physical examination showed enlarged lymph nodes over bilateral neck, axillary and inguinal areas. Laboratory study revealed leucocytosis with white cell count...

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