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Samilia Obeng-Gyasi, MD, MPH (The Ohio State University) reports that lifelong 'wear and tear' on the body, detected as an elevated allostatic load. was associated with stopping chemotherapy early and a higher risk of death in a group of women with breast cancer
ECOG-ACRIN Cancer Research Group