Daniel Brumberg

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The relation of breast cancer recurrence and overall survival to age, level of estrogen receptors, number of positive lymph nodes, obesity, race, socioeconomic status, and tumor size at the time of diagnosis was considered for 1,392 breast cancer patients (253 black, 1,132 white, and 7 of other races) entered into two multi-institutional prospective(More)
To investigate whether or not hormone receptor determination gives independent prognostic information for long term survival of patients with carcinoma of the breast, we studied 1,392 patients with early carcinoma of the breast. Patients were part of two prospective, multi-institutional trials, the first begun in 1974 and the second in 1980. Estrogen(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine whether age is a prognostic factor of breast cancer and should be used to make treatment recommendations, because younger patients are considered to have a poorer prognosis compared with that of older patients and, thus, often receive more aggressive therapy. DESIGN A large group of patients with operable breast cancer, all of whom(More)
In view of current emphasis on identifying prognostic factors for patients with early breast cancer, we studied the importance of tumor size to survival among 1392 patients with primary operable breast cancer who were followed up prospectively. All patients had modified radical mastectomies. Nine hundred seventeen patients had negative nodes and did not(More)
n his analysis of the cultural Pax Americana that the Establishment sought to impose in Latin America and other continents after 1945, Edward Berman wrote that one of the aims of the educational and philanthropic policy it pursued was to create “a worldwide network of elites whose approach to governance and change would be efficient, professional, moderate,(More)
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