News | April 09, 2008

Breast Surgeons Meeting Offers Variety of Topics

April 10, 2008 – The ninth annual American Society of Breast Surgeons meeting, set for May 2 in New York, NY, offers new research and trends in the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer.

Featured topics include “Breast Cancer ‘Thumb Printing’ Potentially Saves Women From Chemotherapy,” “Groundbreaking Nuclear Medicine Helps Screen for Hard-to-Detect Breast Cancer” “New Radiospectroscopy Probe Helps Detect Positive Tumor Margins to Avoid Repeat Surgeries” and ”Breast Cancer and Infertility: Family Planning During and after Treatment.”

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