Prognostic Estimator of Survival for Patients with Breast Cancer (Nomogram)
Nomograms are devices that use algorithms or mathematical formulae
to estimate the probability of an outcome. They permit the use of
all the important available parameters or risk factors so that an
accurate prediction model can be constructed.
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whatsoever, regarding the accuracy, completeness, timeliness, comparative
or controversial nature, or usefulness of any information contained
or referenced in the prediction tools. UNMC does not assume any risk
whatsoever for your use of the prediction tools or the information
contained herein. Health related information changes frequently and
therefore information contained in the prediction tools may be outdated,
incomplete or incorrect.
Use of the prediction tools does not create an express or implied
physician-patient relationship. UNMC does not endorse or claim validity
for the prediction tools found on the UNMC Web site. The activities
and products of UNMC and its developers and agents (collectively UNMC)
are not endorsed by our past, present, or future employers. UNMC does
not record specific prediction tool user information and does not
contact users of the prediction tools.
You are hereby advised to consult with a physician or other professional
healthcare provider prior to making any decisions, or undertaking
any actions or not undertaking any actions related to any healthcare
problem or issue you might have at any time, now or in the future.
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decision made or any action taken or any action not taken due to your
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