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Introduction The success of breast-conservation therapy (BCT) for patients with multiple ipsilateral invasive breast cancers (MIBC) is sparsely documented.
Background Surgical results including postoperative complications, prognoses, body weight changes, and nutritional statuses were compared in patients with early gastric cancer in the upper third of the stomach who were treated by total gastrectomy or proximal gastrectomy.
Background Onco type DX is a 21-gene assay that calculates a risk of distant recurrence in women with estrogen-receptor–positive, lymph node–negative breast cancer. The purpose of this study was to determine whether the results of Onco type DX influence the decision to administer chemotherapy.
Background Controversy still exists concerning the impact of patient and tumor characteristics on anastomotic dehiscence after resection for rectal cancer.
Background In 2001 we reported poor results for sentinel node biopsy and marked variability among surgeons. Subsequently, we initiated a multidisciplinary protocol involving standardized radiocolloid injection, physician education, and surgeon proctoring.
Background It is thought that equal numbers of invasive and noninvasive recurrences develop after conservative treatment for ductal carcinoma in situ. We analyzed our data to see if this was true.
Background It has been proposed that initial treatment for breast cancer varies greatly across the United States. However, one question that has not been answered completely is whether or not geographic location itself is an independent variable with regard to treatment.
Introduction There is little information on patient-driven noncompliance of adjuvant therapies and its consequences.
Background Because the implications of micrometastases found on sentinel node biopsy (SNB) for ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) or ductal carcinoma in situ with microinvasion (DCISM) are largely unknown, we wished to determine if SNB pathology predicted recurrence risk in DCIS/DCISM.
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