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June 2000
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Timing of Breast Reconstruction Following Mastectomy: Immediate Versus Delayed

As a result of advancements over the past 20 years, women diagnosed with early breast cancer (stage I or II) who are candidates for mastectomy, can now choose between immediate and delayed breast reconstruction without the fear of compromising their care.
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Combining Radiation with Other Breast Cancer Treatments

A trio of recently published studies has provided further evidence that using radiation in combination with other breast cancer treatments can minimize the risk of recurrence and boost survival.
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Magnetic Resonance Imaging for the Diagnosis of Breast Cancer

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has become well established as a valuable diagnostic tool since its use began almost 20 years ago. In the last few years, researchers and physicians have begun to discover the benefits of MRI for imaging the breasts as well.
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Research Review

Earlier Detection for High-risk Women

Extent of Surgery and Breast Cancer Recurrence

Pregnancy and Breast Cancer Risk

Older Women With Breast Cancer

Mortality Among Women with DCIS


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