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With 1.15 million new cases diagnosed in 2002, breast cancer is the most common cancer in women worldwide.1 Its incidence is particularly high in industrialized countries, accounting for 31.3% (230,000 cases) of cancer in women in North America and 27.3% (361,000 cases) of cancer in women in Europe. Today,... 顯示更多 With 1.15 million new cases
diagnosed in 2002, breast
cancer is the most common
cancer in women worldwide.1 Its
incidence is particularly high in industrialized
countries, accounting
for 31.3% (230,000 cases) of cancer
in women in North America and
27.3% (361,000 cases) of cancer in
women in Europe. Today, improved
treatment options offer a favorable
prognosis for many patients with
breast cancer. As a result, an estimated
4.4 million women diagnosed
with breast cancer within the past
five years are alive today.1
Treatment options for breast cancer
depend on the type and stage of
cancer at diagnosis (size, location,
hormone-receptor status, human
epidermal growth factor receptor 2
status, and invasiveness), previous
cancer treatment, age, menopausal
status, and the genetic or familial risk
of the patient. Conceptually, localized
disease is treated by surgery, with or
without radiotherapy, and systemic
disease with cytotoxic chemotherapy,
monoclonal antibodies, or hormone
therapy.2,3 Although treatment may
include single-agent chemotherapy
only, it is often more complex,
combining several chemotherapy
agents, with or without monoclonal
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