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The Effectiveness of Regional Nodal Radiation in Patients with Breastcancer

This study explored the effectiveness of regional nodal radiation in patients who initially presented with positive axillary lymph nodes but achieved negative status after neoadjuvant chemotherapy. The study, involving patients with clinical T1 to T3, N1, M0 breast cancer, did not show a significant difference in the primary endpoint of a five-year invasive breast cancer recurrence-free interval between those who received regional nodal radiation and those who didn’t, which Terry P. Mamounas elaborates on in this MEDtalk.

Terry Mamounas

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