Survival of breast cancer patients after subsequent term pregnancy: "healthy mother effect".

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OBJECTIVE A population-based matched survival study was conducted to assess the risk of death for breast cancer patients in relation to whether they were delivered of a live born child subsequent to the cancer diagnosis. STUDY DESIGN Among the 2548 women < 40 years old diagnosed with carcinoma of the breast in 1967 to 1989 in Finland there were 91… (More)

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@article{Sankila1994SurvivalOB, title={Survival of breast cancer patients after subsequent term pregnancy: "healthy mother effect".}, author={Risto Sankila and Sirpa Hein{\"a}vaara and Tommi Hakulinen}, journal={American journal of obstetrics and gynecology}, year={1994}, volume={170 3}, pages={818-23} }