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A remarkable complete response after applying chemoradiotherapy to treat a large ulcerative breast tumor

Published:February 12, 2023DOI:
      A 66-year-old female patient presented at our breast unit with a fungating tumor on her left breast. She reported initially noticing a gradually enlarging tumor one year before, but was emotionally shocked and afraid to visit a doctor. Her past medical history was unremarkable.
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