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COVID‐19 Pandemic Effects on Breast Cancer Diagnosis in Croatia: A Population‐ and Registry‐Based Study – The Oncologist

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Background
Our objective was to assess the effects of COVID19 antiepidemic measures and subsequent changes in the function of the health care system on the number of newly diagnosed breast cancers in the Republic of Croatia.
Subjects, Materials, and Methods
We performed a retrospective, population and registrybased study during 2020. The comparator was the number of patients newly diagnosed with breast cancer during 2017, 2018, and 2019. The outcome was the change in number of newly diagnosed breast…

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