Breast Cancer in Asia: Incidence, Mortality, Early Detection, Mammography Programs, and Risk-Based Screening Initiatives

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Breast Cancer in Asia: Incidence, Mortality, Early Detection, Mammography Programs, and Risk-Based Screening Initiatives
Title:
Breast Cancer in Asia: Incidence, Mortality, Early Detection, Mammography Programs, and Risk-Based Screening Initiatives
Journal Title:
Cancers
Publication Date:
30 August 2022
Citation:
Lim, Y. X., Lim, Z. L., Ho, P. J., & Li, J. (2022). Breast Cancer in Asia: Incidence, Mortality, Early Detection, Mammography Programs, and Risk-Based Screening Initiatives. Cancers, 14(17), 4218. https://doi.org/10.3390/cancers14174218
Abstract:
Close to half (45.4%) of the 2.3 million breast cancers (BC) diagnosed in 2020 were from Asia. While the burden of breast cancer has been examined at the level of broad geographic regions, literature on more in-depth coverage of the individual countries and subregions of the Asian continent is lacking. This narrative review examines the breast cancer burden in 47 Asian countries. Breast cancer screening guidelines and risk-based screening initiatives are discussed.
License type:
Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)
Funding Info:
This research / project is supported by the ASTAR - Social Sciences Innovation Seed Fund (SSISF 2021)
Grant Reference no. : C211618001

This research / project is supported by the PRECISE Singapore - Clinical Implementation Pilot (PRECISE CIP) Fund
Grant Reference no. : NA
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ISSN:
2072-6694
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