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Clinical Breast Examination is Important in Surveillance After Mastectomy

  • Paula B Gordon
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    Address for correspondence: Paula B Gordon, MD, FRCPC, FSBI, University of British Columbia, 750 West Broadway, Ste 505, Vancouver, BC V5Z 1H4, Canada.
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    University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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      I read with interest, the paper in press by Tun SM et al: Mode of Detection of Second Events in Routine Surveillance of Early-Stage Breast Cancer Patients.
      • Tun SM
      • Alluri S
      • Rastegar V
      • Visintainer P
      • Mertens W
      • Makaru-Judson G.
      Mode of detection of second events in routine surveillance of early-stage breast cancer patients.
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        • Tun SM
        • Alluri S
        • Rastegar V
        • Visintainer P
        • Mertens W
        • Makaru-Judson G.
        Mode of detection of second events in routine surveillance of early-stage breast cancer patients.
        Clinical Breast Cancer. 2022; (Pre-print Proof Published:June 28DOI)https://doi.org/10.1016/j.clbc.2022.06.003