The STRIVE study will measure cfNAs and other genomic material in the context of breast imaging to investigate whether a blood test can enhance detection of early breast cancers
Traditionally, sentinel node biopsies rely on visible, non-fluorescent dyes. With SmartGoggles, surgeons can see both fluorescent and visible light, allowing for a more accurate determination of the depth of the nodes.
A new imaging modality may offer a wealth of prognostic information on tumor behavior and differentiation of cancer subtypes.
A study comparing healthy and malignant breast tissue found more Methylobacterium in malignant breast tissue.
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Cleveland Clinic surgeons have developed a technique that expands the indications for nipple-sparing mastectomy beyond small tumors outside of the nipple areolar complex.
Hereditary syndromes that increase the risk of breast cancer are not common, but it is critical to recognize and manage them appropriately.
Thanks to personalized medicine, we now know when it’s safe to skip radiation or chemotherapy—and its side effects.
Digestive Disease and Surgery Institute: New name denotes surgical expertise and represents commitment to quality, efficiency and outcomes.
The use of a near-infrared tracer allows surgeons to ‘see deeper’ when performing axillary staging in breast cancer, potentially improving surgical precision while avoiding the complications of radioactive tracers. Investigators will compare the two methods.
For some patients, the use of single-dose intraoperative radiation therapy in conjunction with breast conservation surgery is a good option to traditional postsurgical external beam whole-breast irradiation.