Metrics details. US Asian women with early-stage breast cancer are more likely to receive a modified radical mastectomy MRM than White women, contrary to clinical recommendations regarding breast conserving treatment BCT. We surveyed physicians regarding treatment decision-making for early-stage breast cancer, particularly as it applies to Asian patients. Eighty of physicians completed a questionnaire on sociodemographics, professional training, clinical practices, and perspectives on the treatment decision-making processes. Peer Review reports. For most patients with early-stage breast cancer, breast conserving treatment BCT provides a less invasive alternative to modified radical mastectomy MRM with equivalent survival [ 1 ] and possibly also better quality of life [ 2 , 3 ]. The use of BCT, however, occurs disproportionately in the US, with substantial ethnic, geographic and socioeconomic variation [ 4 — 8 ]. Asian women have MRM at significantly higher rates [ 5 , 7 , 9 — 11 ]; for example, in California, among stage 0—II breast cancer patients diagnosed in —,
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