Why Doctors Are Rethinking Breast-Cancer Treatment | TIME

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Choosing to Wait: A New Approach to Treating Breast Cancer at it’s Earliest Stages.

Colletti, 60, was diagnosed with ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS), also known as Stage 0 breast cancer, in April 2014. But rather than immediately having surgery, Colletti opted for a new form of alternative treatment: active surveillance.

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Thyalwaysseek says:

Mammograms give you breast cancer.

Sanjog Sharma says:

Well DCIS does progress to invasive cancer… Until and unless we can pin point when and how this transition takes place, it would be ill advised to survey and do nothing…

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