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delaying adjuvant chemotherapy for breast cancer more than 60 days significantly increased the odds of premature death and distant metastasis, a review of almost 7,000 cases showed. According to the study results, delays in receiving adjuvant chemotherapy initiation in this high-risk group of patients should be avoided. The study by morante et al was presented at the 2018 san antonio breast cancer symposium (abstract gs2-05). The researchers then looked to see how a delay in chemotherapy affected the risk of cancer recurrence and survival. a recent meta-analysis that included data on 15,327 patients reported that each 4-week delay in the initiation of adjuvant chemotherapy resulted in a 6 increase in the risk of death (hr, 1.). in 2015, an estimated 231 840 cases of invasive breast cancer were diagnosed in the united states. 1 improvements in breast cancer treatment and early detection have resulted in a decrease in the mortality rates of patients with breast cancer in the last decades. Among patients with early-stage breast cancer, the use of adjuvant chemotherapy has had a dramatic effect decreasing the risk of. Background for patients with breast cancer, the optimal time of surgery after completion of neoadjuvant chemotherapy (nac) is unknown. Aim we evaluated the association between time to surgery after nac completion and disease free survival (dfs) and overall survival (os). Methods women diagnosed with breast cancer stages i to iii between 2013-2016 who received nac at our institution were included. The researchers defined a delay in chemotherapy as chemotherapy that started more than 120 days after a breast cancer diagnosis. a delay in starting adjuvant chemotherapy after surgery for breast cancer can adversely affect survival, say us researchers, who found that the type of surgery performed plays a. Meta-analysis of the adjuvant chemotherapy randomized controlled trials has demonstrated that adjuvant chemotherapy could decrease 30-40 risk of death caused by breast cancer versus those without chemotherapy. At present, adjuvant chemotherapy is routinely recommended to 60-70 of breast cancer patients after surgery. The amount of delay before cancer spread becomes inevitable is a matter of debate, but as a rule, post-operative chemotherapy should not be delayed beyond 8 weeks to make sure that you are able to give it before any residual cancer has started spreading. In my practice, i usually give the post-op chemotherapy after the 4th to the 6th week.