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the careful guarding of an asset

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an occurrence of improvement by virtue of preventing loss or injury or other change

the preservation and careful management of the environment and of natural resources

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Ready access to breast conservation and reconstructive services could perhaps help to change the discourse around this situation.
[USA], Oct 30 (ANI):Ee According to a recent study,Eea subset of patients with low-risk breast cancer is highly unlikely to see cancer return following breast conservation surgery but can lower that risk even further with radiation therapy.
Awarm, comfortable and contemporary space distinguishes the unique healing environment at Asian Breast Center (ABC), one which speaks a lot about its modern approach to treatment, and its advocacy of early detection, prevention and breast conservation.
Fiona MacNeill, of the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, who was not part of the research, told the BBC: "This study can reassure young women with breast cancer, particularly those with triple negative cancer or who are BRCA carriers, that breast conservation with radiotherapy is a safe option in the first decade after diagnosis and double mastectomy is not essential or mandatory at initial treatment.
Several authors [11, 12] have reported similar survival rates in small cohort studies with patients who underwent breast conserving surgery when compared to patients who underwent total mastectomy after preoperative systemic therapy and have questioned whether IBC is an absolute contraindication to breast conservation therapy.
Those near the breast are associated with previous breast conservation therapy or radiation to the area [5].
Partial breast radiotherapy after breast conservation surgery for patients with early breast cancer (UK IMPORT LOW trial): 5 year results from a multicentre, randomised, controlled, phase 3, non-inferiority trial.
We know that the earlier we diagnose this disease there will be more chances of breast conservation and disease control, and women can be cured and survival improved.
(8) Previous South African series conducted in the private health sector, where some breast cancer screening is practised, demonstrated an isolated DCIS rate of 11.5%, in a review of 165 patients undergoing breast conservation surgery.
The aim is to help surgeons determine the exact extent of the malignancy and to reduce the need to recall patients for further operations, resulting in more effective breast conservation surgery, less need for full mastectomies and more rapid treatment.
Nearly simultaneously with the initial trials studying breast conservation instead of mastectomy, investigators began to study alternative approaches that could achieve comparable cancer outcomes while reducing the burden of care imposed by the 4-6 weeks of daily radiotherapy delivery post lumpectomy.
As a result, the CEDM findings altered clinical management, with the patient receiving neoadjuvant chemotherapy followed by breast conservation therapy.
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