Breast cancer management: a rural perspective.

Abstract

Audit of a general surgical practice in the rural Victorian town of Echuca identified 28 new patients with breast cancer between September 1992 and August 1995 (10% of those with breast conditions). The rural setting was no impediment to breast conservation (achieved in 68% of the 25 who had surgery) or to a multidisciplinary approach (management was planned in conjunction with an oncologist and/or specialist breast surgeon for 26 of the 28 patients).

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@article{Tulloh1997BreastCM, title={Breast cancer management: a rural perspective.}, author={Bruce R Tulloh and Michelle E. Goldsworthy}, journal={The Medical journal of Australia}, year={1997}, volume={166 1}, pages={26-9} }