Breast Cancer Metastases and Survival Outcomes: Wenbin Zhou, MD, PhD

Approximately 3%–8% of patients with newly diagnosed breast cancer have synchronous distant metastases, which are associated with a poor prognosis. Because therapeutic strategies are guided by the status of lymph node metastases, accurate assessment is necessary in order to select the appropriate treatment for different patients. In a study recently published in JAMA Network Open, a team of investigators found that patients with distant metastases experienced significantly worse survival compare...
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