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Minerva Medica 2002 April;93(2):101-8

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Adjuvant radiotherapy in breast cancer. Are there factors that allow selection of patients who do not require adjuvant radiotherapy following breast-conserving surgery for breast cancer?

Loncaster J., Dodwell D.


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Postoperative adjuvant radiotherapy is used to reduce local recurrences following breast-conserving surgery for early breast cancer. This review examines factors that may be used to select patients at low risk of local failure following breast-conserving surgery alone.

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