Breast cancer incidence and survival: registry-based studies of long-term trends and determinants

@inproceedings{Louwman2007BreastCI,
  title={Breast cancer incidence and survival: registry-based studies of long-term trends and determinants},
  author={Marieke W. J. Louwman},
  year={2007}
}
markdownabstract__Abstract__ Breast cancer is the most frequent cancer among women in the Netherlands, and it is the most important cause of cancer death. Between age 35 and 55 about 20% of all deaths among women is due to breast cancer.1 The age-standardised incidence rate is among the highest in Europe/ and incidence rates have been increasing since 1960.3 The mortality from breast cancer has been fairly stable for many years, but decreased somewhat in the last decade (figure 1). The… CONTINUE READING

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