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The transition of survivorship care from cancer center to the primary care setting showed no negative effect on health service and patient-reported outcomes.
By improving attendance at medical appointments and prevention cancer screening, pairing SCP and PN could benefit survivors through reduced recurrence, earlier recurrence detection, and prevention of second primaries.
We propose that the concept of clinical phenotype, which may accommodate multiple functional disturbances, might be useful in long-term personalized prevention programs for breast cancer survivors.
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