Breast cancers from black women exhibit higher numbers of immunosuppressive macrophages with proliferative activity and of crown-like structures associated with lower survival compared to non-black Latinas and Caucasians

Tulay Koru-Sengul, Ana M. Santander, Feng Miao, Lidia G. Sanchez, Merce Jorda, Stefan Glück, Tan A. Ince, Mehrad Nadji, Zhibin Chen, Manuel L. Penichet, Margot P. Cleary, Marta Torroella-Kouri

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