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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
All in all, the various methods, surgical with or without lymphadenectomy and irradiation, including supervolt therapy, permit marked individualization according to the age of the patient, her general condition, her operability, and according to the histological findings. It may be said for all methods that the best results are still obtained in the early stages of carcinoma. By surgery as well as irradiation, 90% or more permanent cures may be achieved. This, in view of the nature of cancerous disease, is an important fact.
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