Breast cancer survival after recurrence

Women successfully treated for early-stage breast cancer have a higher-than-average risk of a new breast cancer developing in the same or opposite breast. These women also are at risk of the original cancer coming back recurrence. Researchers looked at the medical records of 1, women in Florence, Italy who were diagnosed and successfully treated for early-stage breast cancer. The timing is important because many of the women received breast cancer treatment more than 20 years ago, when diagnosis, treatment, and prevention techniques for new and recurrent breast cancer weren't as good as they are today. The women were followed for an average of 14 years after their first breast cancer diagnosis. During this time, about half the women had a recurrence of the original breast cancer and the other half had a new, second breast cancer in the opposite breast diagnosed.
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Recurrent Breast Cancer

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Recurrent breast cancer - Symptoms and causes - Mayo Clinic

Overview Recurrent breast cancer is cancer that progresses during treatment or recurs after a remission. Although breast cancer may recur almost anywhere in the body, common locations include the liver, bones, lungs, brain, and skin. Treatment for recurrent breast cancer depends on which treatments the patient has already received and where the cancer has recurred. Recurrent breast cancers that are confined to the breast or area immediately surrounding the breast, called local-regional recurrences, are typically treated with surgery with or without radiation therapy. Most patients who experience a recurrence of their cancer have disease that has metastasized, or spread, throughout the body.
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Factors associated with breast cancer mortality after local recurrence

Coping with a breast cancer recurrence. When breast cancer has come back after treatment, known as recurrence , people often ask what their prognosis or outlook is. If breast cancer has come back in the chest or breast area, in the skin near the original site or scar, or if it has been a long time since you first had treatment, then the cancer can often be successfully treated.
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We aimed to identify risk factors for mortality after local recurrence in women treated for invasive breast cancer with breast-conserving surgery. Clinical information and tumour receptor status were abstracted from medical records and pathology reports. Patients were followed from the date of local recurrence until death or last follow-up. Survival analysis used a Cox proportional hazards model. Among the women with a local recurrence, 97
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