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DCIS tumor cells

Ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS), also called stage 0 breast cancer, is a noninvasive precursor of breast cancer. The term “in situ” means “in place,” so named because it has not spread from the duct into the surrounding breast tissue. About 60,000 people are diagnosed with DCIS in the U.S.

Recommendations for screening mammography have been a heated topic of debate among clinicians, scientists and patient advocates since the US Preventive Services Taskforce revised its breast cancer

The last full day of SABCS 2015 started with a discussion on the past and future directions of HER2- directed therapies. In his lecture, Dr.