IU Simon’s healthy breast tissue biobank now seeks to understand how breast cancer develops—in men

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The world’s only biobank that collects healthy breast tissue is once again taking the lead to fulfill another unmet need in breast cancer research: collecting tissue from men to understand how male breast cancer develops.

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Matthew Bin Han Ong
Associate Editor
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Matthew Bin Han Ong
Associate Editor