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How does the rare cancer mucinous carcinoma respond to radiotherapy?

A retrospective cohort study by Mo et al published in 2022 concluded the following: Among women with T1-2N0M0 (tumor size ≤ 3 cm) pure mucinous breast cancer, the addition of radiotherapy after ...
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How does the rare cancer mucinous carcinoma respond to radiotherapy?

In addition to Chris's answer. I see the following article in Pubmed: Di Saverio S, Gutierrez J, Avisar E. A retrospective review with long term follow up of 11,400 cases of pure mucinous breast ...
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Can side effects on test drug be not fully disclosed and still ethical?

At least for psychological study, it seem ethical to deliberately lying to the subjects, as long as the research is review through a committee about ethical issues. Source In medical study, I think ...
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Can side effects on test drug be not fully disclosed and still ethical?

There are 2 questions here: Is not disclosing potential side effects during a clinical trial ethical? What does the "informed consent" of a clinical trial say about disclosing side effects? ...
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Pancreatic mass biopsy results

Doctors use the term "mass" for any abnormal concentrated mass of tissue when they notice it on an X-ray, CT or MRI, because at this point they do not know yet what the mass is: a cancer, some benign ...
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