Published in Women's Health Weekly, December 23rd, 1996
Physicians at University Hospitals of Cleveland, Ohio, have developed a non-invasive test to screen for the spread of breast cancer to regional lymph nodes, which could allow many patients to avoid surgery.
"This test holds promise for the thousands of women diagnosed with breast cancer each year. Many patients may no longer require surgical removal of their lymph nodes. This could reduce or eliminate hospital stays and avoid the short- and long-term complications of this surgery, while reducing healthcare costs at the same time," said Lee...
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