Published in Women's Health Weekly, October 27th, 1997
Doctors at the Danish Epidemiology Sciences Centre in Copenhagen who studied 5,652 women up to 45-years-old with breast cancer, found that a recent birth increased the risk of dying by about 60 percent.
"Women whose breast cancer was diagnosed less than two years after they gave birth had a crude five-year survival of 58.7 percent and a 10-year-survival of 46.1 percent, compared with 78.4 percent and 66 percent who had their last delivery more than two years before their cancer diagnosis," Niels Kroman said in the October...
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