Breast rads urged to be on the lookout for radiation-associated angiosarcoma

The use of whole-breast irradiation to treat stage I and II breast cancer appears to be increasing the incidence of radiation-associated angiosarcoma (RAS) of the breast, and radiologists play a crucial role in diagnosing the disease, four Harvard-affiliated radiologists write in a discussion piece published ahead of print in theĀ American Journal of Roentgenology.

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