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Breast Cancer Surgery Rules Are Called Unclear

By Denise Grady, NYT

Nearly half of women who had lumpectomies for breast cancer ad second operations they may not have needed because surgeons have been unable to agree on guidelines for the most common operation for breast cancer, a new study finds. It also hints that some women who might benefit from further surgery may be missing out on it.

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