Waiting time for breast cancer surgery in Quebec

May, Nancy E.; Scott, Susan C.; Shen, Ninggyan; Hanley, James; Goldberg, Mark S.; MacDonald, Neil
April 2001
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;4/17/2001, Vol. 164 Issue 8, p1133
Academic Journal
Reports on a study to assess the time interval to surgery from diagnosis among Quebec women with breast cancer and to examine the influence on waiting time of age, pattern of care and cancer stage. Methods; Results; Interpretation.


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