Summary and Info
Each volume in the Classic Papers series presents up to two hundred of the most important papers published in a particular specialty. The papers have been carefully compiled, not merely for their historical importance but also for their contemporary relevance. In this volume, Classic Papers in Breast Disease, a team of experts shares their experience in researching, diagnosing and treating breast disease. The commentary, always insightful and straightforward, ranges from theory to practice, from physical to psychological. For example, specialists discuss molecular biology and endocrinology as well as the psychological aspects of the disease and steps clinicians can take to manage pain.
More About the Author
Michael Baum (born 1937), Professor Emeritus of Surgery and visiting Professor of Medical Humanities in University College London (UCL), is a British surgical oncologist who specialises in breast cancer treatment.
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