Factors Affecting Distant Disease-Free Survival for Primary Invasive Breast Cancer: Use of a Log-Normal Survival Model

Abstract

Background: Invasive breast cancer is a frequently diagnosed disease that now comes with an ever expanding array of therapeutic management options. We assessed the effects of 20 prognostic factors in a multivariate context. Methods: We accrued clinical data for 156 consecutive patients with stage 1–3 primary invasive breast cancer who were diagnosed in 1989… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10434-000-0416-z

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