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Are we turning breast cancer into a chronic disease?

Elisa R. Port, MD
Surgical Oncology
Modern treatment can turn late stage breast cancer into more of a chronic disease, says Elisa Port, MD, a surgeon at The Mount Sinai Medical Center. In this video, Dr. Port explains why earlier stages of breast cancer are instead considered curable.

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