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Microenvironmental Heterogeneity Parallels Breast Cancer Progression: A Histology–Genomic Integration Analysis

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Reproducibility, stability, and independence of the EDI-high group in 507 grade 3 breast tumors.

(A) Kaplan–Meier curves of disease-specific survival to illustrate the prognosis of EDI-high samples compared to other grade 3 samples in two independent patient cohorts. Shown below the graph are the number of patients (the number of disease-specific events) per group for EDI-low (grey) and EDI-high (red). (B) Agreement of the EDI subtyping between 100% data and resampling with progressively fewer tumor regions in 200 repeats. (C) Distribution of known subtypes in grade 3 tumors stratified by EDI; asterisks mark subtypes enriched in the EDI-high group. (D) Kaplan–Meier curves illustrating the duration of disease-specific survival according to tumor size (left) and improvement of stratification with the addition of EDI information (right).

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