Breast cancer survivability
The research concluded that screening for more advanced stages of breast cancer could well be more beneficial than for those at an earlier stage. Our retrospective data suggest that patients with IBC continue to have a poor prognosis, as demonstrated by the lower OS and RFS rates through the decades. Bisphosphonates are medications that are used for osteoporosis but appear to help reduce the chance that breast cancer will spread to bones the most common site of metastases. You will also read general information on surviving the disease. Stage 2A: T0, N1, M0: No tumor has been found in breast tissue, but cancer cells have lodged in lymph nodes near your breast.
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Staging and prognosis for breast cancer
Cancer Causes and Prevention. This is discussed further in the section below on older women. Select the text below and copy the link. He or she may also prescribe Tamoxifen, a hormone therapy medication that helps prevent cancer cells from growing. The contradictory results may be due to breast cancer being a heterogeneous disease, with the prognostic factor age only having an effect in certain subgroups of breast cancers, such as the stage factors size, ALNI, and distant metastasis.
This is largely due to increased screening efforts, which lead to early detection and treatment. The only way to properly do this is to do a head to head trial on the exact same patients to see whether there are any differences, but I'm unsure whether this will happen. Risk of recurrence was higher in the first 3 years following the initial diagnosis.