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Five-Year Survival--A term commonly used as the statistical basis for successful treatment. A patient with cancer is generally considered cured after five or more years without recurrence of disease.

Frozen Section--A technique in which tissue is removed by biopsy, then frozen, cut into thin slices, stained and examined under a microscope. A pathologist can rapidly examine a frozen section for immediate diagnosis. This procedure is often done during surgery to help the physician decide the most appropriate course of action.


Blogs

Thank you, social workers!
by Christina Bach, MSW, LCSW, OSW-C
March 14, 2016

Cancer Center Advertising: Doing More Harm Than Good?
by Rodney Warner, JD
July 21, 2016