Surgical Management

Articles

Occult Sentinel Node Metastases Don't Impact Survival

JAMA: 2011, 306, 385-93, First author: Guliano, Armando

Surgical Margins In Lumpectomy for Breast Cancer- Bigger is Not Better

New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 367, pp. 79-82, July 5, 2012.  First author: Morrow, Monica

Effect of Esthetic Outcome after Breast-Conserving Surgery on Psychosocial Functioning and Quality of Life

Journal of Clinical Oncology, Volume 26, # 20, July 10, 2008, pp. 3331-3337.  First author: Waljee, Jennifer F.

Quality of Life After Prophylactic Contralateral Mastectomy in Newly Diagnosed High Risk Breast Cancer Patients Who Underwent BRCA 1/2 Gene Testing

Journal of Clinical Oncology, Volume 25, # 3, January 20, 2007, pp. 285-291.  First author: Tercyak, Kenneth P.

Menstrual Cycle and Surgical Treatment of Breast Cancer: Findings from the NCCTG N9431 Study

Journal of Clinical Oncology, Volume 27  # 22, August 1, 2009 pp. 3620-3626.  First author: Grant, Clive S.

Surgery of the Primary Tumor in Metastatic Breast Cancer: Closing the Barn Door After the Horse Has Bolted?

Journal of Clinical Oncology, Volume 24, # 18, June 20, 2006, pp. 2694-2696.  Morrow, Monica and Goldstein, Lori

Complete Excision of Primary Breast Tumor Improves Survival of Patients With Metastatic Breast Cancer at Diagnosis

Journal of Clinical Oncology, Volume 24, # 18,  June 20, 2006, pp. 2743-2749.  First author: Rapiti, Elisabetta

Effects of Early Exercise on the Development of Lymphedema in Patients with Breast Cancer Treated with Axillary Node Dissection

Journal of Oncology Practice, Volume 7, # 2, March, 2011, pp. 89-93.  Author: Cavanaugh, Kristen

Nomogram to Predict the Benefit of Radiation for Older Patients with Breast Cancer Treated with Conservative Surgery

Journal of Clinical Oncology, Volume 30, # 23, August 10, 2012, pp. 2837-2843. First author: Albert, Jeffrey M.

Contralateral Breast Cancer Risk is Highly Overestimated

The ASCO Post, Volume 3, # 17, November 15, 2012.  Author:  Helwick, Caroline

Pathologic Complete Response Yields Long-Term Benefits in Meta-Analysis

San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, 2012, Abstract S1-11. As reported in The ASCO Post, Volume 4, # 4, March 1, 2013, p. 18.  Author:  Helwick, Carolline

Postoperative Breast Pain Persists for Many Breast Cancer Patients

Oncology Times, March 10, 2013, volume 35, # 5, pp. 14-15.  Author: Lindsey, Heather.   Journal article cited: Journal of Pain, (2012;13:1172-1187).