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Is Radiation Therapy in Early-Stage Breast Cancer Always Necessary?

Frank A. Vicini, MD, FACR
Published: Sunday, Feb 01, 2015

Frank A. Vicini, MD, FACR

Frank A. Vicini, MD, FACR

Women diagnosed with early-stage breast disease have a variety of decisions to make regarding their treatment options. For example, some women may be eligible for breast-conserving surgery, which typically includes a lumpectomy followed by radiation. Radiation treatment after a lumpectomy has traditionally involved irradiation of the entire breast with an external beam over 6 weeks.
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