Christian Perea

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BACKGROUND In recent years, breast cancer (BC) mortality rates have declined, reflecting advances in early detection. Prevention and management of treatment sequelae that could impair function or quality of life have increased in relevance. Lymphoedema after BC treatment is one of these sequelae. It is caused by an acquired interruption or damage to the(More)
e14029 Background: The aim was to determine the effect of a longer interval between neoadjuvant (N) CRT and surgery on perioperative morbidity and complete response rate. METHODS We reviewed rectal cancer patients records to perform a retrospective study. Inclusion criteria were clinical stage II and III rectal cancer patients undergoing N CRT followed by(More)
INTRODUCTION Colorectal cancer is one of the most common human diseases worldwide, and metastases are detected in approximately 20% of patients at diagnosis. Brain metastases occur in only 4% of cases, however, and usually present with hemiparesis or other motor or sensory symptoms. There have been only a few reports of parkinsonism secondary to a brain(More)
S1 Identifying and assessing women at high risk for breast cancer JE Garber Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, MA, USA Breast Cancer Research 2009, 11(Suppl 1):S1 (doi: 10.1186/bcr2262) There has been progress in the identification of factors that confer important risk for the development of breast cancer. The factors include: heritable mutations in(More)
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