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  1. Factors Associated with Higher Risk of Complications After Adrenal Surgery

    Adam Hauch MD, MBA, Zaid Al-Qurayshi MBChB, MPH, Emad Kandil MD, FACS

    Volume 22, Number 1 / January, 2015

    Endocrine Tumors

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  2. A Contemporary, Population-Based Study of Lymphedema Risk Factors in Older Women with Breast Cancer

    Tina W. F. Yen MS, MD, Xiaolin Fan PhD, Rodney Sparapani MS, Purushuttom W. Laud PhD, Alonzo P. Walker MD, Ann B. Nattinger MPH, MD

    Volume 16, Number 4 / April, 2009

    Breast Oncology

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  3. Surgeon Volume, Patient Age, and Tumor-Related Factors Influence the Need for Re-Excision After Breast-Conserving Surgery

    L. Hughes BSc, J. Hamm MSc, C. McGahan MSc, C. Baliski MD

    Volume 23, Number 5 / December, 2016

    Breast Oncology

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  4. Rectal Cancer and Teaching Hospitals: Hospital Teaching Status Affects Use of Neoadjuvant Radiation and Survival for Rectal Cancer Patients

    David B. Stewart MD, FACS, Christopher Hollenbeak PhD, Susan Desharnais PhD, MPH, Fabian Camacho MA, MS, Patricia Gladowski MSN, Vickie L. Goff BS, Li Wang PhD

    Volume 20, Number 4 / April, 2013

    Colorectal Cancer

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  5. Breast Cancer: Do Specialists Make a Difference?

    Kristin A. Skinner MD, James T. Helsper MD, Dennis Deapen PhD, Wei Ye MS, Richard Sposto PhD

    Volume 10, Number 6 / July, 2003

    Original Articles

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  6. Surgeon Training and Use of Radioactive Iodine in Stage I Thyroid Cancer Patients

    Kathryn M. Schuessler MHSA, Mousumi Banerjee PhD, Di Yang MS, Andrew K. Stewart MA, Gerard M. Doherty MD, Megan R. Haymart MD

    Volume 20, Number 3 / March, 2013

    Endocrine Tumors

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  7. Sphincter Preservation Rates After Radical Resection for Rectal Cancer in the United States Veteran Population: Opportunity for Improvement in Early Disease

    Somala Mohammed MD, Daniel A. Anaya MD, Samir S. Awad, Daniel Albo, David H. Berger MD, MHCM, Avo Artinyan MD, MS

    Volume 22, Number 1 / January, 2015

    Gastrointestinal Oncology

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  8. Minimally Invasive Versus Open Primary Resection for Retroperitoneal Soft Tissue Sarcoma: A Propensity-Matched Study From the National Cancer Database

    Faiz Gani MBBS, Utkarsh Goel, Alex B. Blair MD, Jasvinder Singh MD, Heidi N. Overton MD, Christian F. Meyer MD, MS, PhD, Joseph K. Canner MHS, Timothy M. Pawlik MD, MPH, PhD, Nita Ahuja MD, MBA, Fabian M. Johnston MD, MHS, FACS

    Volume 25, Number 8 / August, 2018

    Bone and Soft Tissue Sarcomas

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  9. Margins in Breast-Conserving Surgery After Neoadjuvant Therapy

    Jungeun Choi MD, Alison Laws MD, Jiani Hu MPH, William Barry PhD, Mehra Golshan MD, Tari King MD

    Volume 25, Number 12 / November, 2018

    Breast Oncology

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  10. Influence of Surgical Volume on Outcome for Laparoscopic Hysterectomy for Endometrial Cancer

    Jason D. Wright MD, Dawn L. Hershman MD, William M. Burke MD, Yu-Shiang Lu MS, Alfred I. Neugut MD, Sharyn N. Lewin MD, Thomas J. Herzog MD

    Volume 0, Number -1 /

    Gynecologic Oncology

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