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Steven Shak, MD, on Breast Cancer–Specific Mortality

2016 Quality Care Symposium

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Steven Shak, MD, of Genomic Health, discusses mortality among patients with early-stage hormone receptor–positive invasive breast cancer in the SEER database who were treated based on the 21-gene Recurrence Score results (Abstract 176).



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