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Ian S Fentiman | OMICS International
ISSN: 2573-542X

Cancer Surgery
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Ian S Fentiman

Research Oncology, Guy’s Hospital, London, UK

Biography

Ian S  Fentiman one of Britain's best known breast cancer surgeons having been involved in may of the research studies that have shaped the current surgical treatment of breast cancer.  In particular, Professor Fentiman was a pioneer of breast conserving surgery enabling so many women to avoid mastectomy.
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Medico-legal Aspects of Delay in Diagnosis of Breast Cancer

Delayed diagnosis of breast cancer forms a substantial part of medical litigation and may sometimes result from communication failure in the multidisciplinary team. Review of such cases may result in improved patient pathways as a result of lessons learned. There is evidence that delay may significantly worsen prognosis. For a claimant to successfu... Read More»

Ian S Fentiman

Review Article: Cancer Surg 2016, 1: 103

DOI: 10.4172/2573-542X.1000103

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