FRS New Developments in Management of Breast Cancer - 01.19.18
With improved survival in our patient population, there will be long-term issues that primary care will see, and it is useful for them to understand the background of their patient's oncologic plan.
Be aware of new surgical treatments and approaches for breast cancer.
Recognize importance of breast conserving treatment to quality of life and long-term satisfaction.
Understand changes in the management of the axilla.
Be aware of new chemotheraeutic regimens and targeted therapies for breast cancer.
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