Comparative effectiveness of ductal carcinoma in situ management and the roles of margins and surgeons

  • Dick A
  • Sorbero M
  • Ahrendt G
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Abstract

The high incidence of ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) and variations in its treatment motivate inquiry into the comparative effectiveness of treatment options. Few such comparative effectiveness studies of DCIS, however, have been performed with detailed information on clinical and treatment attributes.

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