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Investigating the Risk of Breast Cancer Recurrence After a 10-Year Disease-Free Interval

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    While most references on breast cancer relapse consider the first decade after diagnosis, less is known beyond the 10-year interval. Dr. Annesophie Vertongen and colleagues aimed to bridge this gap by determining whether known risk factors for early breast cancer relapse would also predict for later events, as Dr. Matt Birnholz learns throughout his discussion with Dr. Vertongen.

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    While most references on breast cancer relapse consider the first decade after diagnosis, less is known beyond the 10-year interval. Dr. Annesophie Vertongen and colleagues aimed to bridge this gap by determining whether known risk factors for early breast cancer relapse would also predict for later events, as Dr. Matt Birnholz learns throughout his discussion with Dr. Vertongen.

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