Published in Cancer Weekly, February 10th, 2009
"The major changes in the past two decades have been the introduction of function - preserving, minimally invasive surgical approaches and a dramatic change in the ability to reconstruct ablative defects and restore form and function. The future certainly will include better evidence regarding the efficacy and appropriate application of these new techniques," wrote R.W. Gilbert and colleagues, University of Toronto.
The researchers concluded: "Reconstructive techniques will continue to...
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