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Adjuvant hormonal therapy in young breast cancer patients


Breast cancer arising at a young age is a complex condition, requiring multidisciplinary and personalized approaches to manage the specific issues related not only to optimal adjuvant treatments, but also to other important quality-of-life issues, such as bone health, premature menopause, fertility preservation and long-term cognitive function [1]. Approximately 5% of women with breast cancer are diagnosed before the age of 40 years, but the incidence appears to be on the rise [101].

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