Long-term survival of 458 young breast cancer patients.


The authors report the long-term survival of 458 young breast cancer patients with follow-up times ranging from 20 to 51 years. Patients with distant metastases at diagnosis were not included in the study. An excess breast cancer mortality was observed for at least 40 years after diagnosis. At 40 years, the actuarial breast cancer survival for all patients… (More)


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