Our concept of cancer latency, the interval from when a cancer starts until it is diagnosed, has changed dramatically. A prior widely-used definition was the interval between an exposure to a cancer-causing substance and cancer diagnosis.
Breast cancer as the second most common cause of death among women should be given an special attention for improving survival rates by considering early diagnosis and screening programmes. However, most of the patients with BC disease are diagnosed at late stages of the disease.
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