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Fast Facts: Early Breast Cancer

By Jayant S Vaidya and
Vivek Patkar

Published 2016

72 pages, 10 illustrations

ISBN 978-1-910797-12-9



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Fast Facts: Early Breast Cancer provides a comprehensive overview of stage 0, I, II and IIIA disease, including the latest thinking on the risk of developing breast cancer and the value (or not) of screening, alongside the importance of clinical staging and triple assessment.

Using clear diagnostic and management pathways, this practical resource covers:
·      the risks and benefits of neadjuvant treatment
·      surgical and reconstruction options
·      the latest approach to radiotherapy
·      when and how to select the correct adjuvant therapy
·      guidelines for follow-up and rehabilitation.

Fast Facts: Early Breast Cancer is an invaluable resource that draws on current evidence to assist everyone working in breast cancer care improve patient outcomes.



"This book provides an excellent overview in the management of early stage breast cancer – from triple assessment diagnosis to treatment and follow-up. The quick guide also includes risk factors, pathophysiology, screening and symptomatic presentation. The breast patient assessment questionnaire template is particularly useful for providing clear detailed information to any health care professional working/studying in the field of breast screening, diagnosis and treatment – such as breast specialist nurses, radiographers, physician associates, as well as radiologists and GP’s. I would recommend this book to any health care professional studying/working at an advanced/consultant level practice; they will find this book a valuable quick reference guide."
Yasmeen Malik, Education Manager & University Collaborative Partner, The Jarvis Breast Centre, Guildford.


The authors

Jayant S Vaidya

MBBS MS DNB FRCS PhD FRCS(Gen) Professor of Surgery and Oncology and Consultant Surgeon University College, London, UK

Vivek Patkar

MBBS MS MRCS Fellow of European Board of Breast Surgery; Senior Research Fellow, University College London, UK


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The ongoing updates greatly assist us clinicians to manage these conditions with limited manpower resources.


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