Life After Cancer Epidemiology (LACE) Study: A cohort of early stage breast cancer survivors (United States)

@article{Caan2004LifeAC,
  title={Life After Cancer Epidemiology (LACE) Study: A cohort of early stage breast cancer survivors (United States)},
  author={Bette Jane Caan and Barbara S Sternfeld and E P Gunderson and Ashley O Coates and Charles Quesenberry and Martha L. Slattery},
  journal={Cancer Causes & Control},
  year={2004},
  volume={16},
  pages={545-556}
}
The Life After Cancer Epidemiology (LACE) Study, a cohort of 2321 early stage breast cancer survivors, was established in 2000 to examine how modifiable behavioral risk factors affect quality of life and long-term survival. Women were recruited primarily from the Kaiser Permanente Northern California Cancer Registry (KPNCAL) and the Utah cancer registry (UCR), United States. Baseline data were collected, on average, at two years post-diagnosis through self-administered questionnaires that… CONTINUE READING
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