Counterpoint: Should radiotherapy after surgery for ductal carcinoma In situ be standard practice?

Surgical excision of ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS), to ensure that a detected lesion does not harbour invasive carcinoma, is standard practice. Given the diversity in presenting manifestations of DCIS, in terms of the extent and grade of lesions and the wide age range of affected patients, is a blanket recommendation to treat patients with adjuvant radiotherapy wise in this setting?
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