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|Title:||Breast cancer in a multi-ethnic Asian setting: Results from the Singapore-Malaysia hospital-based breast cancer registry|
|Authors:||Bhoo Pathy, N.|
|Citation:||Bhoo Pathy, N., Yip, C.H., Taib, N.A., Hartman, M., Saxena, N., Iau, P., Bulgiba, A.M., Lee, S.C., Lim, S.E., Wong, J.E.L., Verkooijen, H.M. (2011-04). Breast cancer in a multi-ethnic Asian setting: Results from the Singapore-Malaysia hospital-based breast cancer registry. Breast 20 (SUPPL. 2) : S75-S80. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.breast.2011.01.015|
|Abstract:||Two hospital-based breast cancer databases (University Malaya Medical Center, Malaysia [. n = 1513] and National University Hospital, Singapore [. n = 2545]) were merged into a regional registry of breast cancer patients diagnosed between 1990 and 2007. A review of the data found 51% of patients diagnosed before the age of 50 years. and 72% percent of the women were Chinese followed by Malays (16%), Indians (8%), and other races (4%). Median tumor size at presentation was 26 mm and about 25% of patients presented with TNM stage III or IV disease. Most tumors were of ductal histology (87%). Fifty-seven percent of tumors were estrogen receptor positive and 40% were poorly differentiated. Of those patients who had surgery, 70% had mastectomy while 30% had breast conserving surgery. Overall, chemotherapy was administered to 56% of patients and hormonal treatment to 60%. Five-year overall survival was 82.5% in patients with TNM stage 0 to stage II cancer, and 30.2% in those with later stages. © 2011 Elsevier Ltd.|
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