Younger women at nearly double risk for recurrence after DCIS surgery

Harris, Jason
November 2009
Hem/Onc Today;11/10/2009, Vol. 10 Issue 21, p18
The article discusses a study by Iwa Kong of the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Center and colleagues about the risk of cancer recurrence among women who have undergone breast conservation surgery and radiation therapy for ductal carcinoma in situ and was presented at the 2009 Breast Cancer Symposium held in San Francisco, California from October 8 to 10, 2009.


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