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Q&A: Should you have surgery for cancer?

In this video Q&A I answer these common questions:

-Is surgery is necessary to heal cancer?

-Can surgery cause more harm than good?

-Do needle biopsies and surgery cause cancer to spread?

-And whether or not I would have the surgery I had knowing what I know now.



In the video I reference a study conducted at John Wayne Cancer Institute in which patients with invasive breast cancer who had a needle biopsy before surgery had a 50% increase in metastases when compared to patients who just had the breast tumor removed with no biopsy. Here is that study.


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