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Diana M. Eccles, MD, on Young Breast Cancer Patients: Results From the POSH Study

2016 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium

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Diana M. Eccles, MD, of the University of Southampton, discusses findings from a study of sporadic and hereditary breast cancer and whether BRCA status affects outcome in young breast cancer patients (Abstract S2-03).



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