Published in Women's Health Weekly, October 5th, 1998
Approximately 185,000 new, breast cancer cases are diagnosed every year in the U.S., and primary therapy for most early-stage patients involves surgical removal of the tumor. This therapy generally includes axillary (underarm) lymph node removal. Analysis of dissected axillary lymph nodes can determine if cancer has spread slightly beyond the breast...
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