Breast cancer incidence in women with abnormal cytology in nipple aspirates of breast fluid.

@article{Wrensch1992BreastCI,
  title={Breast cancer incidence in women with abnormal cytology in nipple aspirates of breast fluid.},
  author={Margaret R. Wrensch and Nicholas L. Petrakis and Eileen B. King and Rei Miike and Lynn Mason and Karen L. Chew and Marion M. Lee and Virginia L. Ernster and Joan F. Hilton and Roland Schweitzer},
  journal={American journal of epidemiology},
  year={1992},
  volume={135 2},
  pages={130-41}
}
This is a prospective study of breast cancer risk in relation to nipple aspirate fluid cytology in 2,701 volunteer white women from the San Francisco Bay Area first enrolled between 1973 and 1980. The women were not pregnant or lactating and were free of breast cancer within 6 months of entry into the study. The breast cancer status of this cohort was determined between June 1988 and April 1991. Follow-up was complete for 87% (n = 2,343) of the cohort, representing 29,961 person-years and an… CONTINUE READING