Radiation Therapy after Mastectomy

10:27 EDT 25 Oct 2011 | GRACE

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The pursuit of cure for many patients with breast cancer involves mastectomy, the medical term for surgical removal of the breast. Mastectomy is a necessity for some patients, and a preference for others. Breast conservation surgery is often not feasible a...

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