Does the American medical culture rely too heavily on surgical treatments?
That’s the question the New York Times asked me and five others to discuss in “Room for Debate” following the release of a lymph node study that found that some early-stage breast cancer patients do not need to have an axillary node dissection, even if they have a positive sentinel node.
You can read the original New York Times article here.
And you can read my piece in Room for Debate here.
Let me know what you think!