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Radiation called lifesaver for lumpectomy patients: Breast cancer...   -  Dec 16, 2005
Dec. 16--Breast cancer patients who have a breast-sparing operation but forgo radiation therapy are putting their lives at risk, according to a study ... Free with registration - Chicago Tribune -

Radiation after lumpectomy cuts recurrence   -  Jan 22, 2007
By Rita Rubin, USA TODAY. Radiation after a lumpectomy can reduce the risk of a recurrence or new tumor in women who are diagnosed with early-stage breast ... USA TODAY - USA Today

Lumpectomy not advised if breast cancer returns   -  Oct 20, 2008
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A mastectomy is prudent when breast cancer returns after a lumpectomy, because survival rates are better than with another ... Reuters UK

What Will the Surgeon Do If More Cancer Is Evident During Lumpectomy ...   -  Oct 4, 2007
Answer: If more cancer is found during a lumpectomy, and all the patient has agreed to is a lumpectomy, the surgeon may try to increase the margins by ... ABC News

After Lumpectomy, Radiation Rates Lower for Black Women   -  Dec 14, 2009
MONDAY, Dec. 14 (HealthDay News) -- A new study finds a significant racial disparity in breast cancer treatment: Black women are less likely than their ... Forbes

Hope ahead with lumpectomy   -  Feb 11, 2006
LUCKNOW: The treatment of breast cancer is often associated with side effects both cosmetically and physiologically. But a new modality of diagnostic test ... Times of India

Prostate Cancer 'Lumpectomy' Tested   -  Apr 5, 2005
By Miranda Hitti. The technique, called focal cryoablation, targets tumors without harming healthy tissue. Gary Onik, MD, who tested the procedure on a ... FOXNews

Lumpectomy safe for younger breast cancer patients   -  May 24, 2007
By Will Boggs, MD. NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Breast cancer tends to be more aggressive when it occurs in younger women, and doctors often advise radical ... Reuters UK

Study Links Rise in Mastectomies to MRI Detection   -  May 16, 2008
That could be causing patients and doctors to conclude that a lumpectomy, ... The share of those choosing mastectomy instead of lumpectomy fell to 30 ... New York Times

Doctors test new radiation for breast cancer   -  Jan 10, 2006
About 70 percent of the 200000 American women who will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year qualify for a lumpectomy — removing just the tumor, ...

Breast Cancer: Many Opt for Mastectomy   -  Aug 19, 2005
Women with breast cancer often opt for mastectomy instead of lumpectomy when offered a ... In breast-conserving lumpectomy surgery only the tumor and some ... FOXNews

More women with breast cancer opting for double mastectomies: study   -  Oct 23, 2007
...treated by lumpectomy, removing just the tumour while saving the breast. ... Another woman had recently undergone a lumpectomy and was sick from ...

Heavier breasts linked to cancer   -  Nov 10, 2009
Researchers suspected that high breast density may also increase the risk of cancer recurrence after lumpectomy, but this theory has not been thoroughly ... Times of India

Cynthia Nixon goes public with breast cancer battle   -  Apr 17, 2008
Nixon, who is reprising her role as Miranda in HBO's "Sex and the City" in an upcoming movie, had a lumpectomy two years ago and then underwent six and a ... 中国日报

Lumpectomy not advised if breast cancer returns   -  Dec 9, 2009
A mastectomy is prudent when breast cancer returns after a lumpectomy, because survival rates are better than with another lumpectomy, according to a new ...

Which Breast Cancer Surgery is Right For You?   -  Oct 5, 2007
Then, along came a less invasive option — lumpectomy with radiation (also ... By the early 1980s, studies deemed lumpectomy with radiation tantamount to ... TIME

Radiation called lifesaver for lumpectomy patients: Breast cancer...   -  Dec 16, 2005
Radiation called lifesaver for lumpectomy patients: Breast cancer study shows survival rates climb with treatment. ... find Chicago Tribune (Chicago, ... Pay-Per-View - Chicago Tribune - HighBeam Research

Sheryl Crow: Cancer will change my music   -  Aug 24, 2006
I had a lumpectomy and radiation. I think faith is so important. ... It has only been in the last 20 years that lumpectomy and radiation/chemo became a ... CNN

Study: Breast cancer radiation less likely for blacks | Houston &...   -  Sep 4, 2008
All had insurance to cover a lumpectomy and radiation. "When women have the two-step treatment of lumpectomy and radiation, it's possible for some to fall ... Houston Chronicle

… work to preserve the breast; Lumpectomy proven effective Chemo and...   -  Sep 29, 2005
..."Not so long ago, surgeons performing a lumpectomy would close the cavity up afterwards," adds [Michael Reedijk], who is also a clinical scientist doing ... Pay-Per-View - Toronto Star - ProQuest Archiver

'Male Lumpectomy' May Help Some With Prostate Cancer   -  Mar 10, 2009
By Steven Reinberg. TUESDAY, March 10 (HealthDay News) -- A new procedure for prostate cancer that destroys only the part of the gland that is cancerous ... U.S. News & World Report

Does Having a Previous Biopsy or a Lumpectomy Make It More Difficult...   -  Oct 4, 2007
Question: Does having a previous biopsy or a lumpectomy make it more difficult to interpret a mammogram? Dr. Harvey answers the question: 'How Does A Biopsy ... ABC News

Cynthia Nixon describes breast cancer treatment   -  Apr 17, 2008
Nixon, who played Miranda on the HBO series and will reprise the role in the upcoming "Sex and the City: The Movie," had a lumpectomy two years ago and then ...

Mickey Wright, 71, has surgery for breast cancer   -  Oct 27, 2006
..."They're going to do a lumpectomy. The big question is whether it got into her lymph nodes." Wright's swing was so pure that Ben Hogan said it was the ... ESPN

'Male Lumpectomy' May Help Some With Prostate Cancer   -  Mar 10, 2009
This idea of prostate "lumpectomy" cries out for greater publicity and serious attention among prostate cancer victims and the medical community. ... U.S. News & World Report

Second Opinions Can Spark Big Treatment Changes   -  Jan 2, 2007
Sometimes surgeons thought women were good lumpectomy candidates — only to have an oncologist determine they couldn't tolerate the radiation that's required ... FOXNews

Health happenings   -  Jan 8, 2010
The Lumpectomy Support Group meets 6-7:30 pm the second Thursday of each month at Moncrief Cancer Center, 1450 Eighth Ave. in Fort Worth. ... Fort Worth Star-Telegram - Fort Worth Star Telegram

Younger Breast Cancer Survivors Risk Disease in Other Breast   -  Oct 15, 2008
Women receiving post-lumpectomy radiation before the age of 45 had a 1.5-fold increased risk of contralateral breast cancer when compared with women who had ... Washington Post

Study gives credence to 'targeted' therapy for cancer   -  Oct 17, 2005
Women who opt for lumpectomy, in which doctors remove only the cancerous tumor ... Some women even choose mastectomy over lumpectomy because they cannot get ... USA TODAY - USA Today

Sheryl Crow Fights Double Dose of Heartache   -  Jul 4, 2006
We're going to have to do a lumpectomy, and then we'll talk about where we're at; whether it's in your nodes or its not.' I was so shocked. ... ABC News

Lumpectomy and partial breast irradiation for early-stage breast...   -  Sep 7, 2007
Background A 57-year-old woman who received treatment with mantle irradiation and systemic chemotherapy for Hodgkin's lymphoma diagnosed at the age of 42 ...

Ann Romney has lumpectomy to remove pre-cancerous lump   -  Dec 5, 2008
...(ABC 4 News) - A cancer scare tonight in the Romney family as the wife of former presidential candidate Mitt Romney underwent a lumpectomy to remove a ... ABC 4

Article: Skipping radiation therapy after lumpectomy poses risk,...   -  Dec 15, 2005
Skipping radiation therapy after lumpectomy poses risk, study finds. ... find Chicago Tribune (Chicago, IL) articles. Byline: Judy Peres CHICAGO _ Breast ... Pay-Per-View - Chicago Tribune - HighBeam Research

Fat used in breast reconstruction   -  Oct 7, 2009
The reconstructive surgery is being used for lumpectomy patients at present, but with 90% of the fat cells being preserved during the surgery it is hoped ... BBC News

"Lumpectomy" possible for some prostate tumors   -  Sep 13, 2007
By David Douglas. NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Treating or removing just the part of the prostate that is cancerous may be an effective and less invasive ... Reuters UK

ASTRO: Radiation Enhancement Reduces Skin Burns After Lumpectomy   -  Nov 8, 2006
By Ed Susman, Contributing Writer, MedPage Today. PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 8 -- After a lumpectomy, intensity modulated radiation therapy is far less toxic to the ... MedPage Today

Radiofrequency ablation reduces lumpectomy re-excision rates by 86%   -  Oct 30, 2005
Fremont Calif. & Little Rock, Ark. USA. A study of patients undergoing breast-conserving surgery to remove cancerous cells has found that heating the ... MTBeurope

Study aims to find which breast cancer patients need chemotherapy   -  Mar 14, 2007
Yet the vast majority will do well with lumpectomy, radiation and ... Any patient who has a lumpectomy needs radiation therapy on remaining breast tissue. ... Hindu

Mastectomy Not First Choice for Most Breast Cancer Patients   -  Oct 13, 2009
However, "the chances of surviving breast cancer are the same whether you have a lumpectomy or a mastectomy," noted the study's lead author, ... U.S. News & World Report

TV host Trisha says she is 'fine'   -  Jun 10, 2008
..."I didn't know how much of my breast I was going to have, whether it would be a lumpectomy, a partial mastectomy, a mastectomy, all the lymph nodes. ... BBC News

No hurry needed for radiation in lumpectomy procedure   -  Nov 30, 2006
CHICAGO – Nov. 30, 2006 – A new minimally invasive approach to applying radiation to part of the breast provides another treatment option for women with ...

… Fat Stem Cells Effective in Breast Reconstruction after Lumpectomy,...   -  Dec 16, 2007
Anyone who has attempted to quit smoking has experienced the sometimes overwhelming urge to resume that bad habit once the nicotine begins to leave the ... ABC News

Breast surgery 'cure risk'   -  May 14, 2008
...women under 50 are more likely than older women to choose a breast-conserving lumpectomy than a full mastectomy, jeopardising their chances of a cure. ...

Melissa Etheridge Talks About Breast Cancer   -  Oct 19, 2005
Etheridge had a lumpectomy, but the surgeons also had to remove all 15 lymph nodes to make sure the cancer hadn't spread. She then went through five rounds ... ABC News

Option for Prostrate Cancer with Male Lumpectomy   -  Mar 11, 2009
According to a new study the best way to deal with early prostate cancer for many men would be a new procedure called "male lumpectomy". ... TopNews United States

Melanie Payne fights breast cancer: The trauma of the 'c' word   -  Jan 3, 2010
I could get a mastectomy - removal of my breast - or a lumpectomy, ... I opted for the lumpectomy and the implantation of a small device called a Mammosite. ... News-Press - The News-Press

Lumpectomy not advised if breast cancer returns   -  Oct 24, 2008
A mastectomy is prudent when breast cancer returns after a lumpectomy, because survival rates are better than with another lumpectomy, according to a new ... Times of Malta

Breast cancer basics   -  Oct 5, 2009
Treatment often includes lumpectomy or mastectomy and, depending on if and how far ... Hormone therapy is generally used in conjunction with lumpectomy or ... Newsday

New treatment option is available   -  Sep 15, 2006
..."It can now be used as the sole therapy following a lumpectomy for women who ... Lumpectomy, which removes the tumor and some surrounding normal tissue, ... Pay-Per-View - Fort Worth Star-Telegram - Factiva, from Dow Jones

Rep. Kennedy gets 'personal' on cancer   -  Oct 15, 2005
Joan Kennedy, 68, former wife of Senator Edward M. Kennedy of Massachusetts, underwent a lumpectomy Tuesday at Massachusetts General Hospital. ... Boston Globe

… in African American Women Opting for Lumpectomy: Presented at ASTRO   -  Oct 30, 2007
For patients with early-stage breast cancer, the current standard treatment involves a lumpectomy, followed by radiation therapy to the breast over a 5- to ... DG News

I'm the same Mummy: Defiant Trisha Goddard speaks on her cancer fight...   -  May 29, 2008
The morning after telling her daughters, Trisha was admitted for a lumpectomy - removal of the tumour - and a sentinel node biopsy, where several lymph ... Daily Mail

… of breast cancer patients unhappy with cosmetic outcome of lumpecto...   -  Oct 8, 2006
SAN FRANCISCO -- Women with breast cancer often undergo a lumpectomy and ... "I have patients walking into my office saying lumpectomy was supposed to save ...

The New York Times > Health > Slide Show > Breast Lump Removal > …   -  Aug 1, 2007
The outcome of the lumpectomy depends on the type of lump found. ... In certain cases of malignant lumps, lumpectomy followed by radiation therapy is as ... New York Times

Coping With Challenges   -  Aug 23, 2005
Following a lumpectomy, seven weeks of radiation and 24 rough weeks of chemotherapy, she joined a National Cancer Institute clinical trial of Herceptin, ... Pay-Per-View - Washington Post - ProQuest Archiver

What is Lumpectomy?   -  Oct 25, 2009
A lumpectomy is a surgical procedure used to diagnose or treat breast cancer. The procedure removes the breast lump and a margin of healthy tissue. ... 24 Medica

New Device May Reduce Number of Breast Cancer Surgeries   -  Dec 15, 2008
Every year, tens of thousands of US women are forced to endure a second, even a third lumpectomy to remove all their breast cancer. ... ABC News

Analysis: Lumpectomy Without Radiation?   -  Dec 18, 2006
By ED SUSMAN. Doctors said Monday that treating certain breast-cancer patients with surgery alone -- or without standard courses of radiation -- resulted in ... RedOrbit

Radiation under the knife can speed recovery   -  Jun 20, 2007
The 59-year-old Toronto teaching assistant steeled herself for lumpectomy surgery to remove the small tumour, but was dreading the weeks of radiation ... Globe and Mail

Second lumpectomy for breast cancer reduces survival rates   -  Oct 2, 2008
A majority of women with breast cancer today are candidates for lumpectomy, allowing for conservation of most of their breast tissue. ... Eureka! Science News

… for Prostate Cancer, the 'Male Lumpectomy,' Preserves Sexual and …   -  Apr 1, 2005
The "male lumpectomy" uses focal cryoablation -- freezing the tissue with ... Unlike breast lumpectomy, which requires surgery, cryoablation is even better ... RedOrbit

Boob job ... Rosie Webster   -  Nov 18, 2009
But the news will devastate Sally (Sally Whittaker) who is due to tell her family she needs a lumpectomy to remove a malignant tumour on Christmas Day. ... The Sun

Lumpectomy vs. Mastectomy: Only You Can Choose   -  Oct 19, 2006
Though a diagnosis of breast cancer–-any cancer–is shocking, you'll find that you're not allowed to remain immobilized by that shock for very long. ...

SenoRx OK'd on lumpectomy device   -  May 23, 2007
ALISO VIEJO, Calif., May 23 (UPI) -- US medical device firm SenoRx said it has been cleared for US marketing of its multi-lumen radiation balloon for use in ... United Press International

… Improves 15-year Survival After Breast-conserving Surgery (lumpecto...   -  Dec 19, 2005
After lumpectomy for breast cancer, radiotherapy to the remaining breast tissue can improve the chances of long-term survival, according to a study ... Medical News Today - Medical News Today (press release)

Should breast cancer patients have chemotherapy before or after...   -  Oct 27, 2008
It may be a good option "in women who have a tumor that is too big in relation to the breast size for conservative surgery[lumpectomy] but who want to have ... Boston Globe

What Can I Do To Help Adjust To My Body Changes?   -  Oct 4, 2007
If you're having a lumpectomy with axillary node dissection, ... I also encourage you to look at mastectomy surgery as well as lumpectomy surgery as ... ABC News

The New York Times > Health > Slide Show > Mastectomy > Slide 1 of 4   -  Aug 1, 2007
In certain cases of malignant lumps, lumpectomy followed by radiation therapy is ... Typically, lumpectomy does not require a breast replacement (prosthesis). New York Times

What every Filipina should know about breast cancer   -  Oct 6, 2009
A surgical option for early-stage breast cancer is a lumpectomy, followed by radiation treatment. Breast cancer is categorized by the appearance of the ... Philippine Star

Sheryl Crow: Strong Enough   -  Mar 2, 2006
That same day a needle biopsy confirmed those fears, and two days later she underwent a "minimally invasive" lumpectomy to remove the malignancies. ... People Magazine

Lumpectomy, Radiation and Tamoxifen Sufficient for Most Breast Cancer...   -  Oct 17, 2005
By Martha Kerr. NEW YORK OCT 17, 2005 (Reuters Health) - The addition of an aromatase inhibitor is unnecessary after lumpectomy, radiation and 5 years of ...

The 411 on breast cancer   -  Apr 9, 2008
In early stage breast cancer, lumpectomy surgery followed by radiation is ... After a lumpectomy, women now visit the hospital daily for six-plus weeks of ... Philadelphia Inquirer

Breast MRI may help determine surgical management of women with …   -  May 21, 2007
This included 10 patients who had a mastectomy instead of lumpectomy, 21 women whose lumpectomy removed more tissue than originally planned, ...

Many don't get post-mastectomy radiation   -  Feb 4, 2009
..."Much attention has been focused on educating people that they need radiation after lumpectomy," Jagsi said. "But many women assume having a mastectomy ...

A promising treatment - "From start to finish, each treatment session...   -  Oct 10, 2006
Breast-conserving surgery, also known as a lumpectomy, involves removing the ... Following a lumpectomy, the remaining breast tissue is usually treated with ... $2.95 - Buffalo News - NewsBank

Radiofrequency Ablation May Improve Lumpectomy Outcomes   -  Oct 21, 2005
Oct. 21, 2005 (San Francisco) — Cauterizing the surgical margins with radiofrequency ablation (RFA) of the tumor bed after lumpectomy reduces the number of ... Medscape

Breast reconstruction advances fix distortions left by lumpectomy   -  Apr 23, 2008
Lumpectomy or breast conservation surgery is the most common type of breast cancer surgery currently performed. A benefit of the surgery is that only part ...

Boost may reduce effects of positive lumpectomy margins   -  Dec 1, 2007
LOS ANGELES—Adding a radiation therapy boost to the lumpectomy site after lumpectomy with whole-breast radiation therapy reduces the risk of local ... Cancer Network

… Chase study: Radiation then tamoxifen after lumpectomy for early...   -  Oct 5, 2005
DENVER--Fox Chase Cancer Center researchers say the sequence of tamoxifen and radiation following lumpectomy for early-stage breast cancer patients does not ...

Tumor size may not dictate radiation   -  Dec 31, 2007
Approximately 16 percent of DCIS patients treated with lumpectomy alone develop recurrent breast cancer growth within five years of treatment, Pearson said. ...

• Lumpectomy – This surgery removes the cancerous tumor, but leaves …   -  Oct 21, 2008
...• Mastectomy – This surgery removes the entire breast but leaves the muscle underneath intact. Some women choose to have a double mastectomy to reduce their ... Journal and Courier

Rita Medical Highlights Recent Clinical Data Updating Study of …   -  Oct 11, 2006
Forty-one patients in the trial were treated with traditional lumpectomy breast ... One of the leading concerns in patients who choose to have a lumpectomy ... Free with registration - PR Newswire -

… Irradiation After Breast Lumpectomy Provides Long-Term Benefits: …   -  Dec 14, 2007
...hypofractionated whole-breast irradiation (AHWBI) following lumpectomy were confirmed by results from 12 years of follow-up in a randomized study. ... DG News

Who'll get help from the NHS?   -  May 1, 2007
...“I could choose between a lumpectomy and mastectomy. But a lumpectomy couldn't guarantee the cancer would be completely gone. ... The Sun

Current Application and Research Directions for Partial-Breast...   -  Apr 1, 2007
However, many women who are candidates for BCT either choose mastectomy or lumpectomy alone for myriad reasons. Accelerated partial-breast irradiation ... Cancer Network

Siteman Offers “Male Lumpectomy? for Prostate Cancer   -  Feb 23, 2009
Feb. 23, 2009 – Surgeons at the Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine have a new procedure for ... Insciences Organisation

Er Lumpectomy .   -  Dec 16, 2005
...cancer That study found that the women who got without radiation had a much higher chance tit a local u-currence. but were no more likely to die of their ... Spokesman-Review - Google News Archive

'Sex and the City' star talks on coming out, breast cancer   -  May 9, 2008
I had what's called a lumpectomy, which is a little generous. It was kind of more of a bite-ectomy. I had radiation for six and a half weeks. ...

Cosmetic Results of Lumpectomy Impact Quality of Life   -  Jul 31, 2008
Women with breast cancer who undergo breast-conserving surgery (lumpectomy) may not have realistic expectations of what their breasts will look like after ... ACS News Center

Results while patient still in surgery .   -  Jul 30, 2007
When a breast cancer patient undergoes a mastectomy or lumpectomy, the surgeon' removes some of the patient's lymph nodes to look for cells under a ... St. Petersburg Times - Google News Archive

Sheryl Crow: Cancer Made Me Selfish – In A Good Way   -  Oct 13, 2008
The singer, who is now cancer-free following a lumpectomy and radiation treatments two-and-a-half years ago, says she has reached out to Christina Applegate ... People Magazine

Smoothies shrunk Kylie to six stone, say friends   -  Oct 2, 2005
She had a lumpectomy, which was reported to be successful, then had two further operations. She is now undergoing chemotherapy treatment at a centre in ... Daily Mail

Rebekah's journey: Fears after finding another lump   -  Sep 10, 2008
She assured me that the lump was, in fact, scar tissue from my lumpectomy and that it would be virtually impossible for a cancerous lump to come back in the ...

Asiaone - S'pore firm offers   -  Oct 2, 2007
Dr Tan explained that there are other treatments available, such as lumpectomy, a procedure to remove just the lump and some of the tissue around it; ... AsiaOne

… ; Shortening standard radiation therapy course following lumpectomy...   -  Jan 2, 2005
Radiation therapy daily for 6 or 7 weeks after a lumpectomy is the standard course of treatment for many women with breast cancer who have had ... Pay-Per-View - Medical Devices & Surgical Technology... - Factiva, from Dow Jones

Lumpectomy and Irradiation for Early-stage Breast Cancer Post Hodgkin'...   -  Aug 12, 2008
Background: A 57-year-old woman who received treatment with mantle irradiation and systemic chemotherapy for Hodgkin's lymphoma diagnosed at the age of 42 ... Medscape

Penn coach takes on breast cancer   -  Oct 15, 2008
Initially, the mammogram revealed an early stage of breast cancer that could be dealt with by a lumpectomy and six weeks of radiation. ... $2.95 - Philadelphia Inquirer - NewsBank

Second lumpectomy for breast cancer reduces survival rates   -  Oct 27, 2008
New technique could eliminate inherited mitochondrial disease — [26 Aug 2009] — Researchers have developed an experimental technique with the potential to ... Science Centric

More turn to mastectomy   -  May 26, 2008
A Mayo Clinic study has found that more patients with early breast cancer are opting for mastectomy instead of breast-conserving lumpectomy, although it's ... $2.95 - Philadelphia Inquirer - NewsBank

Following lumpectomy many new options are now offered for women.   -  Jul 1, 2007
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Background information on Lumpectomy [When available]

Lumpectomy is a common surgical procedure designed to remove a discrete lump (usually a tumour, benign or otherwise) from an affected woman's breast. As the tissue removed is generally quite limited and the procedure relatively non-invasive (compared to a mastectomy for example), a lumpectomy is considered a viable means of "breast conservation" or "breast preservation" surgery, with all the attendant physical and emotional advantages of such an approach.

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