Aromazin v ad\"yuvantnoy terapii raka molochnoy zhelezy

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Рак молочной железы (РМЖ) остается одной из наиболее серьезных проблем здравоохранения как в России, так и во всем мире. Ежегодно выявляется более 1 млн 200 тыс. новых случаев РМЖ, что составляет 10% от общего числа онкологических заболеваний.Несмотря на продолжающийся рост заболеваемости РМЖ, показатели смертности от него в ряде стран прогрессивно снижаются: за период с 1990 по 2002 г. в Западной Европе и США зарегистрировано сокращение смертности на 17 и 24% соответственно. Этот факт обусловлен не только совершенствованием методов ранней диагностики и широким внедрением скрининговых программ, но и проведением современной адекватной адъювантной химиотерапии (ХТ) и гормонотерапии. Применение адъювантного системного лечения после радикального оперативного вмешательства достоверно снижает риск рецидива и смерти от прогрессирования

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