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    2020-08-18


    In summary, problems with body image seemed to persist long time post-RRM, regardless of previous breast cancer or not. A decline in ‘General health’ appeared over time, but no HRQoL dif-ferences were found at the long-term follow-up between women with and without cancer. The long-term results of this BYL719 study might be of clinical importance for women considering RRM in order for them to make an informed decision.
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    This study received financial support from the Swedish Cancer Society, Swedish Research Council, Radiumhemmets for-skningsfonder, and Breast cancer patient organisation fund
    (Brostcancerfonden)€. It has been used for administrative costs for data collection, analysis, interpretation of the data, in the writing of the report, and in the decision to submit the article for publication.
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    Body mass index and hormone receptor status influence recurrence risk in HER-2 positive early breast cancer patients
    Luca Cantini, Mirco Pistelli, Filippo Merloni, Andrea Fontana, Ilaria Bertolini, Claudia De Angelis, Lucia Bastianelli, Arianna Della Mora, Alfredo Santinelli, Agnese Savini, Elena Maccaroni, Lucrezia Diodati, Alfredo Falcone, Rossana Berardi
    To appear in: Clinical Breast Cancer
    Please cite this article as: Cantini L, Pistelli M, Merloni F, Fontana A, Bertolini I, De Angelis C, Bastianelli L, Della Mora A, Santinelli A, Savini A, Maccaroni E, Diodati L, Falcone A, Berardi R, Body mass index and hormone receptor status influence recurrence risk in HER-2 positive early breast cancer patients, Clinical Breast Cancer (2019), doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.clbc.2019.06.008.
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    Body mass index and hormone receptor status influence recurrence risk in HER-2 positive early breast cancer patients