Hundreds and thousands of women across the world are diagnosed with DCIS every year.
The standard treatment for DCIS is to perform a sentinel lymph node biopsy at the same time as the tumor removal, allowing for pathological analysis of both the tumor and the lymph nodes.
But what if 80% of high-risk patients could have this surgical procedure removed from their treatment if they do not need it?
The solution is a new technique called delayed sentinel lymph node biopsy.
Watch the animation below to find out more.
Find out why physicians across the US are delighted to offer their patients the ‘Delayed’ sentinel lymph node biopsy technique.