Hippocrates named it karkinos, a Greek word for crab. We call it cancer. Since the early ages of civilization, men and women have searched for a method to treat breast cancer. We've come a long way, from bloodletting to cryogenics, from the two-minute mastectomy to breast conservation surgery. But the search is not over. This program discusses the imaging and treatment of breast cancer, from then until now.
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