NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A statistical analysis comparing the prognostic power of six signatures found that all of them are good predictors of breast cancer recurrence 10 years after diagnosis and identify node-negative patients at low risk of disease recurrence, but some signatures may be better than others in the node-positive population and in assessing recurrence risk during the late follow-up period.

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