7 February 2019

In Jama Oncology Anouk Rombouts and co-workers showed that one in 1000 patients who were treated with radiotherapy for breast cancer will develop an angiosarcoma of the breast.

Publication
Assessment of Radiotherapy-Associated Angiosarcoma After Breast Cancer Treatment in a Dutch Population-Based Study.
Rombouts AJM, Huising J, Hugen N, Siesling S, Poortmans PM, Nagtegaal ID, de Wilt JHW.

Anouk Rombouts is member of theme Tumors of the digestive tract.

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