Following tool is hosted by Public Health England and Cambridge University. predict.nhs.uk/predict_v2.0...
PREDICT is an evidence based tool designed for patients and doctors to help them decide on the ideal course of treatment following breast cancer surgery.
I believe their is sound scientific basis behind this tool. I calculated survival with a not so random scenario. I am wondering what happens to those 73.6 women in 10 years? They cure them self, cancer stops progressing, does not impact daily life?
In this graph I see all the medications add ~16% survival at 10 year mark, (with significant deterioration in quality of life), why these medications considered a significant achievement or best course after cancer detection?