Breast cancer survivors report chronic, long-term pain

11/11/2009 | NYTimes.com

Almost half of women who have breast cancer surgery still have pain two to three years later, Dutch researchers said. Breast cancer patients under age 40, those who had radiation treatment and those who had all of their lymph nodes removed were more likely to experience chronic, long-term pain, according to the study in JAMA.

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