Adjuvant therapy with Imatinib for gastrointestinal stromal tumors has been evaluated in multiple trials. Patients who were identified as intermediate risk had a clinical course that was similar to the low-risk group, suggesting that only high-risk patients would likely benefit from adjuvant therapy. As patients labeled as very low, low, or intermediate risk have minimal benefit from adjuvant therapy it is usually not offered in this setting. The impact of adjuvant therapy on the quality of life of patients with breast cancer in Iraq. The aim of this study was to evaluate or to assess the impact of adjuvant therapy on quality of life in patients with breast cancer, and to find out the differences in the quality of life between patients receiving chemotherapy and radiation therapy.
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