Published in Women's Health Weekly, December 29th, 2005
According to recent research from Switzerland, "The study evaluates the scope of non-uniform classification practices concerning breast carcinomas with non-inflammatory skin involvement. We compared the clinical course of patients with histologically proven noninflammatory skin involvement: 119 (65.4%) with clinically obvious 'classical' skin changes (Group A) and 63 (34.6%) with no or only discreet changes (Group B)."
"A questionnaire was circulated to pathology departments in 24 countries to assess the practice...
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