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Triple negative (ER, PgR and HER2 negative) breast cancers (TNBCs) are often considered as a poor prognostic phenotype. There is dearth of evidence showing the prevalence and biological behaviour of(More)
A recent Cochrane review of trials involving elderly women with operable primary breast cancer showed no significant difference in overall survival between surgery (±adjuvant tamoxifen) and primary(More)
INTRODUCTION There is dearth of literature reporting the prevalence and biological characteristics as well as the long-term clinical outcome of human epidermal growth factor receptor-2 (HER2)(More)
Ductal carcinoma is the commonest histological type found in invasive breast carcinomas and may be associated with worse prognosis, when compared to non-ductal carcinoma. Older patients tend to(More)
BACKGROUND Long-term analysis of a randomised trial in Nottingham comparing tamoxifen versus surgery as initial treatment demonstrated that in oestrogen receptor (ER)-unselected cases, surgery(More)