P065: "Bridging the age gap in breast cancer": An analysis of the decision-making preferences of older women with operable breast cancer in the UK

      Introduction: The use of primary endocrine therapy (PET) as an alternative to surgery for older women with operable breast cancer is common in the UK, with patient preference often reported as a factor. The aim of this analysis was to examine the concordance between patients preferred and actual decision styles, and their relationship with treatment received.
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