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This study aims to examine the incidence and risk factors of bilateral breast cancer in area with low incidence rate. A total of 120 and 1902 women with bilateral and unilateral breast cancers were(More)
BACKGROUND We aimed to quantitatively assess the effect of baseline breast density on the incidence, stage, and mortality, and also the natural course of the disease, considering the sensitivity of(More)
BACKGROUND Betel-quid chewing, a recognized risk factor for oral cancer, was shown to be a contributory cause of metabolic syndrome in humans, which implies a greater likelihood of developing(More)