Defining the Survival Benchmark for Breast Cancer Patients with Systemic Relapse

@inproceedings{Zeichner2015DefiningTS,
  title={Defining the Survival Benchmark for Breast Cancer Patients with Systemic Relapse},
  author={Simon Blechman Zeichner and Tadeu Ambros and John Zaravinos and Alberto J. Montero and Reshma Mahtani and Eugene R. Ahn and Aruna Mani and Nathan J Markward and Charles Le. Vogel},
  booktitle={Breast cancer : basic and clinical research},
  year={2015}
}
Background Our original paper, published in 1992, reported a median overall survival after first relapse in breast cancer of 26 months. The current retrospective review concentrates more specifically on patients with first systemic relapse, recognizing that subsets of patients with local recurrence are potentially curable. Methods Records of 5,168 patients from a largely breast-cancer-specific oncology practice were reviewed to identify breast cancer patients with their first relapse between… CONTINUE READING

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