Selection of Primary Breast Cancer Patients for Adjuvant Endocrine Therapy – is Oestrogen Receptor Alone Adequate?

Abstract

Among 834 patients who had primary breast cancer treated by surgery without adjuvant systemic therapy, 363 had relapse treated by endocrine therapy alone. Patients with oestrogen receptor positive tumours (median: 70 vs. 45 months, p<0.0001) or with non-progression at 6 months of therapy (median: 111 vs. 37 months, p<0.0001) survived longer than those with… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1006430401243

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@article{Cheung2001SelectionOP, title={Selection of Primary Breast Cancer Patients for Adjuvant Endocrine Therapy – is Oestrogen Receptor Alone Adequate?}, author={K. L. Cheung and Robert Nicholson and Russell Blamey and J. F. R. Robertson}, journal={Breast Cancer Research and Treatment}, year={2001}, volume={65}, pages={155-162} }