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Higher Anthracycline Doses Linked to Breast Malignancy Risk in Childhood Cancer Survivors

10:00 EDT 5 Jul 2019 | OncLive

Higher doses of anthracyclines are associated with increased risk of breast cancer in women who survived childhood cancer, regardless of whether they have mutations that predispose them to cancer.

Original Article: Higher Anthracycline Doses Linked to Breast Malignancy Risk in Childhood Cancer Survivors

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