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Purpose of ReviewWhile breast cancer mortality continues to decline, improvements in survival have not been equal across racial and ethnic groups. Indeed, breast cancer mortality is estimated to be over 40% higher among Black women relative to White women. With socioeconomic and biological...
Purpose of ReviewObese breast cancer patients have poorer outcomes compared to non-obese patients. The intent of this review is to discuss recent studies and analyses regarding the status of the obesity epidemic and its effect on breast cancer incidence and outcomes. Subsequently, we will...
Purpose of the ReviewThis systematic literature review aims to synthesize the existing literature on allostatic load and breast cancer.Recent FindingsEight articles met the study inclusion criteria. Study results suggest high allostatic load is associated with poorly differentiated tumors and...
Purpose of ReviewDespite being uncommon, breast cancer at a young age correlates with worse outcomes. Several aspects of a breast cancer diagnosis may affect young and older patients differently, including biology, genetic predisposition, fertility concerns, and psychosocial outcomes....
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