Predictors of return to work ten months after primary breast cancer surgery

  title={Predictors of return to work ten months after primary breast cancer surgery},
  author={A. Johnsson and T. Fornander and L. Rutqvist and M. Vaez and K. Alexanderson and M. Olsson},
  journal={Acta Oncologica},
  pages={93 - 98}
  • A. Johnsson, T. Fornander, +3 authors M. Olsson
  • Published 2009
  • Medicine
  • Acta Oncologica
  • Background. The most common female cancer in Western countries is breast cancer and women diagnosed with this disease are often under 65 years old. With increasing prevalence of survivors it is important to shed light on problems facing these women after diagnosis and treatment. The aim of this study was to assess factors predicting return to work (RTW) in women with early-stage breast cancer. Material and methods. A cohort of 102 women aged 18–64 with early-stage breast cancer who had… CONTINUE READING
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