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Breast cancer: screening, stage, and outcome: Studies based on the Netherlands Cancer Registry

Evaluating the Age‐Based Recommendations for Long‐Term Follow‐Up in Breast Cancer

Impact of mammographic screening and advanced cancer definition on the percentage of advanced-stage cancers in a steady-state breast screening programme in the Netherlands

Ten-year recurrence rates for breast cancer subtypes in the Netherlands: A large population-based study

Breast cancer-related deaths according to grade in ductal carcinoma in situ: A Dutch population-based study on patients diagnosed between 1999 and 2012

Is the incidence of advanced-stage breast cancer affected by whether women attend a steady-state screening program?

Breast-conserving therapy versus mastectomy in T1-2N2 stage breast cancer: a population-based study on 10-year overall, relative, and distant metastasis-free survival in 3071 patients

Correction: 10 year survival after breast-conserving surgery plus radiotherapy compared with mastectomy in early breast cancer in the Netherlands: a population-based study (vol 17, pg 1158, 2016)

Digital vs screen-film mammography in population-based breast cancer screening: performance indicators and tumour characteristics of screen-detected and interval cancers

Interval breast cancers have worse tumor characteristics and survival compared to screen-detected breast cancers

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