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South Suburban Hospital offers breast cancer patients wire-free radar technology

By the end of 2018, the American Cancer Society estimates there will be nearly 270,000 newly discovered breast cancer cases. In Illinois alone, about 10,000 individuals will be diagnosed with the disease. The road from cancer diagnosis to treatment options can be long and exhausting. Dr. Roseanne Krinski, a surgeon at Advocate South Suburban Hospital specializing in breast surgery, said there is an easier way to do breast cancer surgery using wire-free . . .

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