Published in Women's Health Weekly, July 20th, 2000
The results of the study also suggest that other anthropometric factors, such as measurements of the tricep, bicep, subscapular, suprailliac, abdominal, and thigh skinfolds, as well as waist and hip circumferences, are not correlated with the likelihood of survival after a diagnosis of primary breast carcinoma.
The study's objective was to evaluate the effects of...
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