|2003/12/01 Treatment Options for Node-Negative Disease|
San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, December 2002, Abstract #16
Fisher B, et al.
Until the late 1980s, women with invasive breast cancer that was node-negative—meaning no cancer cells were found in the lymph nodes—were often given only local treatment (targeted to a specific area of the body). Th
|2003/02/28 Breast Cancer Treatment Options|
In the past, when breast cancer patients learned that their disease had metastasized, it seemed to be little more than a death sentence. Today, however, new therapies are causing a great deal of excitement among oncologists and patients alike.
"Many treatments today can give patients a better and