Cutaneous Adnexal Adenocarcinoma: Genomic Analysis and Successful HER2-targeted Therapy of Metastatic Disease
Keywords:adnexal adenocarcinoma, cutaneous adnexal adenocarcinoma, adnexal adenocarcinoma NOS, her2, whole genome sequencing, her-2 antibodies
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