Tag: lateRecurrence

Late recurrence: Breast cancer relapse that takes place at least five to seven years after the initial breast cancer diagnosis. All breast cancer survivors are at risk for late recurrence, but it is more likely among those with hormone receptor positive disease.

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10/18/15
Late recurrence of ER+ breast cancer is more likely for women with large tumors and positive lymph nodes
12/09/12
Continuing tamoxifen treatment for 10 years helps prevent late recurrence
05/06/12
What are the characteristics of breast cancer with low risk of recurrence?
03/22/12
Animal model of ER+/PR+ breast cancer shows that estrogen fuels recurrence
11/03/11
Preliminary study finds Boniva can eradicate dormant breast cancer cells in bone marrow
06/03/11
Likelihood of late recurrence for hormone receptor positive breast cancer is hard to predict
12/06/10
Obesity reduces survival after early-stage breast cancer
03/27/10
Locoregional recurrence indicates poor prognosis 10 or more years after lumpectomy

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