Tag: locoregionalRecurrence

Locoregional recurrence: Recurrence of breast cancer in the breast, chest wall, or lymph nodes.

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01/20/13
Triple negative and some HER2+ subtypes have up to 11% rate of locoregional recurrence after mastectomy
08/12/12
Lymph node negative breast cancer has less favorable prognosis for ER-/PR- disease
04/18/12
Breast cancer survivors at higher risk of new breast tumors and endometrial cancer
04/03/12
Small lymph node negative triple negative tumors can have good prognosis
03/19/12
Risk of DCIS relapse or progression to invasive cancer continues at least 20 years
01/03/12
Omitting axillary dissection for sentinel node micrometastases means higher risk of recurrence
12/21/11
No need for axillary lymph node dissection when sentinel lymph node biopsy is negative
11/10/11
Lumpectomy is not inferior to mastectomy for appropriately selected triple negative patients
10/22/11
Young breast cancer patients require aggressive treatment
09/22/11
Herceptin has reduced locoregional recurrence for HER2+ compared to triple negative breast cancer
08/05/11
Mexican breast cancer patients are younger and more likely to have triple negative breast cancer
08/01/11
Breast cancer subtype influences prognosis after neoadjuvant chemotherapy
04/13/11
ER+/PR- or ER-/PR+ tumors more likely to recur locally than ER+/PR+ breast cancer
03/25/11
Skin-sparing mastectomy not linked to increased breast cancer recurrence
03/17/11
Radiation after lumpectomy reduces recurrence for DCIS survivors
03/02/11
Risk of second primary breast cancer highest in hormone receptor negative survivors
02/08/11
Lumpectomy may be less effective in young breast cancer patients
12/15/10
Multivitamins with minerals associated with reduced risk of breast cancer recurrence
12/06/10
Obesity reduces survival after early-stage breast cancer
10/19/10
Residual disease can be prevented for many breast cancer patients with 2 mm clean margins
09/21/10
Axillary dissection may not be necessary in some women with positive lymph nodes
09/12/10
Breast cancer prognosis - risk of locoregional recurrence by breast cancer subtype
09/05/10
Radiation treatment may improve prognosis of early stage triple negative breast cancer
08/17/10
Lumpectomy has worse prognosis than mastectomy for young women
07/23/10
Outcomes of breast cancer under age 35 influenced by number of positive lymph nodes
05/18/10
Number of tumors should be considered in staging multicentric/multifocal breast cancer
04/30/10
New method predicts progression of DCIS to invasive breast cancer
04/29/10
Triple negative breast cancer involves increased risk of distant relapse within shorter time
04/21/10
Radiation after surgery for DCIS reduces risk of local recurrence
03/27/10
Locoregional recurrence indicates poor prognosis 10 or more years after lumpectomy
03/22/10
Breast reduction surgery may be combined with lumpectomy for DCIS
02/08/10
Dense breasts more likely with a family history of breast cancer - what to do

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