Smoking and survival after breast cancer diagnosis: a prospective observational study and systematic review

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The association of smoking with outcomes following breast cancer prognosis is not well understood. In a cohort study called Life After Cancer Epidemiology (LACE), 2,265 women diagnosed with breast cancer were followed for a median of 12 years. We used multivariable proportional-hazards models to determine whether smoking, assessed approximately two years… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10549-012-2276-1

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@article{Braithwaite2012SmokingAS, title={Smoking and survival after breast cancer diagnosis: a prospective observational study and systematic review}, author={Dejana Braithwaite and Monika A. Izano and Dan Moore and Marilyn L. Kwan and Martin Carl Tammemagi and Robert A. Hiatt and Karla Kerlikowske and Candyce H. Kroenke and Carol Sweeney and Laurel A. Habel and Adrienne L. Castillo and Erin K. Weltzien and Bette Jane Caan}, journal={Breast Cancer Research and Treatment}, year={2012}, volume={136}, pages={521-533} }