Recommendations

Here we present the recommendations for breast cancer surveillance for female childhood, adolescent and young adult cancer survivors who were given radiation to fields that include breast tissue (i.e. chest radiation) prior to age 30 years.

 Who needs breast cancer surveillance?

Who needs surveillance

 

 At what age should breast cancer surveillance be initiated?

At what age should surveillance be initiated

 

 At what frequency should breast cancer surveillance be performed?

At what frequency should surveillance be performed

 

 At what age should breast cancer surveillance be stopped?

At what age should surveillance be stopped

 

 What surveillance modality should be used?

What surveillance modality should be used

 

Green = strong recommendations to do; Yellow = moderate recommendation to do; Orange = weak recommendation to do.

Note: Breast cancer surveillance recommendations for female childhood, adolescent and young adult cancer survivors with a genetic predisposition to breast cancer are outside the scope. For that purpose, we refer to the country-specific recommendations.

See The Lancet Oncology for the publication.