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On behalf of the Breast Cancer Society of Taiwan, it is the greatest pleasure and honor of mine to extend to you the cordial invitation to 2018 Taipei International Breast Cancer Symposium (TIBCS), which will be held on Sep. 28-30 at Taipei International Convention Center.     Full message

Bonnie Joe /US

Bruce Mann /AU

Chen Kuan-Cheng /TW

Cheng-Feng Chen /TW

Chen-Pin Chou /TW

Chen-Yang Shen /TW

Chi-Cheng Huang /TW

Ching-Hung Lin /TW

Christopher E. Comstock /US

Debra M. Ikeda /US

Etienne Brain /FR

Florian Fitzal/AT

Giampaolo Bianchini /IT

Guy Jerusalem/BE

Huay-Ben Pan /TW

I-Chun Chen /TW

James Giu-Cheng Hsu /TW

Jane Wang /TW

Kazuaki Takabe /US

Kimberly H. Allison /US

Kun-Ming Rau /TW

Mark E. Robson /US

Michael Hubalek /AT

Pi-Ling Sung /TW

Pin-I Huang /TW

Sheng-Miauh Huang /TW

Shinji Ohno /JP

Shiuan Chen /US

Sibylle Loibl /DE

Soo-Chin Lee /SG

Stella Yu-Chen Tsai /TW

Ta-Chung Zhao /TW

Wei-Pang Chung /TW

Wen-Chan Tsai /TW

Wen-Shan Liu /TW

Wu Hwa-Koon /TW

Xiaobo Huang /CN

Yan Chin Tai /SG

Yao-Lung Kuo /TW

Yasuaki Sagara /JP

Yeun-Chung Chang /TW

Yi-Hong Chou /TW

Yi-Ting Huang /TW

Yuan-Ching Chang /TW

Yunn-Yi Chen /US

徐南麗 /TW

徐畢卿 /TW

楊于婷 /TW

劉莉妮 /TW

Great Paper Awards

Poster No.

Name

Hospital

Topic

Presentation No.

52

Ting-Yi Huang

Shuang Ho Hospital

Upregulated SCUBE2 expression in breast cancer stem cells enhances triple negative breast cancer aggression through modulation of notch signaling and epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition

1

4

Seung Pil Jung

Korea University Anam Hospital, Korea University College of Medicine

Osteoblastic β2 adrenergic receptor activation contributes to breast cancer bone metastasis via increased myeloid-derived suppressor cell functions

2

55

Pamungkas Bagus Satriyo

Shuang Ho Hospital

Cadherin 11 inhibition downregulates β-catenin, deactivates the canonical WNT signaling pathway and suppresses the cancer stem cell-like phenotype of triple negative breast cancer

4

30

Ya-Ting Tu/Kuo-Wang Tsai

Kaohsiung Veterans General Hospital

Loc550643, a long noncoding RNA, acts as novel oncogene in regulating breast cancer cell growth and metastasis

3

38

Shih-Hsin Tu

Taipei Medical University Hospital

A rapid and quantitative method to detect human circulating tumor cells in a preclinical animal model

5

12

Chun-Yu Liu

Taipei Veterans General Hospital

Kynurenine 3-monooxygenase upregulates pluripotent genes through β-catenin and promotes triple-negative breast cancer progression

56

Tzu-Chun Cheng

Taipei Medical University

Overexpression and activation of histamine N-methyl-transferase inducing tumorigenesis in human breast epithelial cells

50

Sung-Hsin Kuo

National Taiwan University Hospital

Overexpression of MAP3K1 is closely correlated with the poor prognosis of patients with hormone receptor-positive, HER2-negative early-stage breast cancer

23

Chi-Cheng Huang

Fu-Jen Catholic University Hospital

Comparing tumor mutation burden detection between whole exome and target enrichment sequencing among Taiwanese breast cancers

54

Yu-Hao He

China Medical University

Suppression of lincRNA-p21-targeted DDB2 degradation by ERα confers to chemoresistance

41

Li-Ching Chen

Taipei Medical University

DNA primase polypeptide 1 (PRIM1) promotes in estrogen-induced breast cancer formation through activation of the G2/M cell cycle checkpoint

15

Su-Ying Fang

National Cheng Kung University

Web-Based Survivorship Care Plan for Quality of Life after Breast Cancer Survivors: A Randomized Controlled Trial

58

Po-Han Lin

National Taiwan University Hospital

Prognostic impact of circulating tumor DNA at the end of neoadjuvant chemotherapy predicts early relapse in stage II-III breast cancer patients

3

Yuan-Chiang Chung

Cheng-Ching General Hospital

Metformin-induced caveolin-1 expression promotes T-DM1 drug efficacy in breast cancer cells

44

Zhi-Jie Hong

Tri-Service General Hospital

Preliminary report of Proteomic Analysis between the subtypes of Luminal A and TNBC breast cancer

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