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Breast Cancer Metastatic to Bone
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Although initial therapy may be curative, women with early stage breast cancer treated with surgery alone are still at risk for recurrence of their breast cancer, even 15-20 years later. The breast cancer may reappear in the breast area or spread to other parts of the body (metastasize). Of all the women diagnosed with breast cancer, the 10-year incidence of bone metastases is 18%. However, 70% of women with advanced breast cancer will develop bone metastases.


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