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Table 1Lifetime risks of breast cancer1, 2

Age in yearsPopulation - 10 year risk3Claus - risk next 10 years4Collaborative Group- risk next 10 years5
200.1%0.5%0.4%
300.4%1.2%2.2%
401.5%2.7%74.1%8
502.8%64.2%5.1%
602.8%4.4%3.8%
703.1%3.5%4.2%

Notes:

1

All figures rounded to 1 decimal place

2

Cumulative risk figures for this table are presented in Appendix 25

3

Office of National Statistics 2001

4

Claus et al 1994, risks for a woman with a sister or mother with breast cancer aged 30–39 yea

5

Collaborative Group 2001, risks for a woman with a sister or mother with breast cancer aged 30–39 years

6

Entry to NHSBSP

7

Risk level similar to NHSBSP

8

Collab group risk estimate

All figures rounded to 1 decimal place

Cumulative risk figures for this table are presented in Appendix 25

Claus et al 1994, risks for a woman with a sister or mother with breast cancer aged 30–39 yea

Collaborative Group 2001, risks for a woman with a sister or mother with breast cancer aged 30–39 years

Entry to NHSBSP

Risk level similar to NHSBSP

Collab group risk estimate

From: 3, Women with a family history of breast cancer

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Clinical Guidelines for the Classification and Care of Women at Risk of Familial Breast Cancer in Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Care [Internet].
NICE Clinical Guidelines, No. 14.
School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR), University of Sheffield.
Sheffield (UK): University of Sheffield; 2004 May.
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