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Male Breast Cancer: Temporal Trends and Treatment

 Algirdas Jackevičius, Leonarda Šarakauskienė, Valerijus Ostapenko, Saulius Bružas, and Alg
Description: Male breast cancer is a rare disease in Lithuania, comprising less than 0.2% of malignancies among men. During the last decade, there has been no change in the frequency of the disease, with 10–15 cases registered every year during 1988–2006, and only 16 of the more than 8000 new cases in 2006 presented male breast carcinoma. Data published in the Cancer Incidence in Five Continents during 1978–2002 show no changes in the variability of the rate of incidence of male breast carcinoma either.
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Domain: Medical
Category: Therapy
ACTA MEDICA LITUANICA. 2009. Vol. 16. No. 3�4. P. 119�123
DOI: 10.2478/v10140-009-0017-5 � Lietuvos moksl akademija, 2009 � Lietuvos moksl akademijos leidykla, 2009 � Vilniaus universitetas, 2009

Male breast cancer: temporal trends and treatment in Lithuania
Algirdas Jackevicius1, Leonarda Sarakauskien , Valerijus Ostapenko1, Juozas Kurt ... See more

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