What is the karyotype found in breast cancer? Where is the disorder occurring?

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Karyotype refers to number of chromosomes not to specific mutations that may lead to cancer.

You'd better ask what are the known mutations that may lead to breast cancer.

The disorder (cancer) occurs within the DNA, specific mutations that alter the way the cell divides and make a mutant lineage multiply and disseminate uncontrollably and undesirably.

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