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When Treating ‘Stage Zero Breast Cancer,’ Can Less Be More?

| August 5, 2013
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Peggy MacDonald of Portland, Ore., chose not to have surgery for DCIS. (Toni Greaves/NPR)

By Patti Neighmond and Richard Knox, NPR

When Sally O’Neill’s doctor told her she had an early form of cancer in one of her breasts, she didn’t agonize about what …read more

Source: State of Health – Science

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