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Figure 1: Photomicrographs of grade 2 breast cancer staining positively with H/E, ER, PR, and HER2 stains Section shows sheets of malignant epithelial cells exhibiting (a) marked pleomorphism, hyperchromasia, increased nucleocytoplasmic ratio, and occasional mitosis (H/E). (b and c) Strong nuclear staining for estrogen receptor antibody. (d and e) Strong nuclear staining for progesterone receptor antibody. (f and g) Intense and complete membrane staining for HER 2

Figure 1: Photomicrographs of grade 2 breast cancer staining positively with H/E, ER, PR, and HER2 stains Section shows sheets of malignant epithelial cells exhibiting (a) marked pleomorphism, hyperchromasia, increased nucleocytoplasmic ratio, and occasional mitosis (H/E). (b and c) Strong nuclear staining for estrogen receptor antibody. (d and e) Strong nuclear staining for progesterone receptor antibody. (f and g) Intense and complete membrane staining for HER 2