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504 pages | 80 B/W Illus.
Early Breast Cancer presents a wide-ranging analysis of diagnosis, pathology, and multidisciplinary management of the patient presenting with early breast cancer for radiologists, pathologists, surgeons, and medical oncologists. The second edition is fully updated to include changes in perspective on such issues as screening and conservative surgery.
"… takes on a characteristically European bent with a population-level viewpoint that underscores the text and organization. …Many of the sections in this book focus on organizational structure and the impact of various programs, which give a refreshing and relevant viewpoint to readers today who are concerned not only about scientific principles but also about healthcare delivery in general to large populations of people. …It is also written at a level that could easily be digested by patients themselves who may have a more academic interest in the disease."
—J Radiat Oncol, May 2014