TABLE 29Hazard rates for high and low estimates and the incidence per cycle estimated from these rates

Initial form of surgeryType of eventCumulative hazard rate6-month cycle failure probability
LowHighLowHigh
BCSIBTR0.726.640.00150.0135
MCBC0.341.600.00030.0016
MastectomyIBTR0.85a5.360.00160.0104
MCBC0.271.53< 0.00140.0022
a

There was no evidence of a statistically significant difference. The smallest point estimate of a difference was for age 35–49 years.

From: 7, Economic evaluation

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The Clinical Effectiveness and Cost-Effectiveness of Different Surveillance Mammography Regimens After the Treatment for Primary Breast Cancer: Systematic Reviews, Registry Database Analyses and Economic Evaluation.
Health Technology Assessment, No. 15.34.
Robertson C, Arcot Ragupathy SK, Boachie C, et al.
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