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December 2000
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Predicting Breast Cancer Recurrence

In the past month, a slew of important new studies have identified certain combinations of therapies that may minimize the risk of breast cancer recurrence. Other studies have focused on identifying recurrences at much earlier-and thus more treatable-stages. Here is a sampler.
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NIH Recommendations for Adjuvant Therapy

An important panel of breast cancer experts was recently convened at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Their objective was to find some type of consensus on the best adjuvant therapies for treating breast cancer at its various stages.
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Other Features

Radiation Therapy and the "Breast Cancer Genes"

Continuing Treatment Gap for African Americans

Attacking Tumors By Destroying Their Blood Vessels

Breast Cancer in Older Women

Continuing Quandaries about Hormone Replacement Therapy

Obesity and Breast Cancer Risk

End-of-Life Issues

Complementary Medicine Grudgingly Moves Ahead


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