Association between sleep-disordered breathing and breast cancer. A pilot study.

F. Campos-Rodriguez (Sevilla, Spain), M. Martinez-Garcia (Valencia, Spain), A. Cruz-Medina (Sevilla, Spain), M. Rodriguez-De-La-Borbolla (Sevilla, Spain), A. Sanchez-Vegas (Sevilla, Spain), M. Selma-Ferrer (Valencia, Spain), F. Ripoll (Valencia, Spain), C. Almeida-Gonzalez (Sevilla, Spain)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Sleep-disordered breathing: cardiovascular consequences, epidemiology, phenotypes and comorbidities
Disease area: Sleep and breathing disorders

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