Radiation therapy as an adjunct to primary surgery in early stage breast cancer: biological and clinical rationale.


In spite of the widespread use of adjuvant endocrine and cytotoxic chemotherapy, a substantial proportion of patients with early-stage breast cancer eventually develop a distant disease recurrence. Local control also remains a clinically significant problem in subsets of patients. Whether improved local control through the use of postoperative radiation… (More)


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