Breast Cancer in Younger Women

Abstract

The definition of “young” in the context of breast cancer differs considerably according to the analyzed topics, and according to the reporting people. In general, women are considered young if diagnosed with breast cancer before 35 years of age.

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  2. 2.International Breast Cancer Study GroupBernSwitzerland

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