USF: New technology can get rid of breast tumors

USF: New technology can get rid of breast tumors

USF: New technology can get rid of breast tumors

More than 150,000 women have breast reconstruction surgery and breast conserving surgery every year. Thirty percent may require repeat surgeries. But there’s new technology that could lower those numbers.

Charles Cox, M.D., Professor of Surgery at the University of South Florida said, “It’s a huge advancement because it allows for more capabilities in more centers.”

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