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Shelley Hwang

Chief of Breast Surgery

Duke University

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Duke University

100 Fuqua Drive Box 90120

Durham, North Carolina,27708

United States

Company Description

Duke University Medical Center News Office is a full-service news office available 24 hours a day, every day, to respond to inquiries from the media. We are dedicated to quickly respond to media requests and encourage you to call our office if you have questio...more

Background Information

Employment History

Senior Program Manager

Cisco Systems Inc


Chief, Division of Breast Surgical Oncology, Associate Professor, Department of Surgery

University of California , San Francisco


Surgeon

Duke Medical Center


NPI Program Manager

General Electric Company


Affiliations

National Cancer Institute

Member of the Breast Cancer Steering Committee


Education

M.D.


M.D.

Duke Cancer Institute and Duke Department of Surgery


M.P.H.


Web References(67 Total References)


AACI Update / March 2016

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The first large U.S. study aimed at resolving an ongoing debate about the best way to treat an early sign of breast cancer will launch later this year under the direction of a Duke Cancer Institute investigator E. Shelley Hwang, MD.


Treatment | Impact | BCRF

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Shelley Hwang, MD, MPH
Dr. Shelley Hwang, MD, MPH is a Professor of Surgical Oncology, Vice Chair of Research and Chief of Breast Surgery for the Duke Department of Surgery and the Duke University Comprehensive Cancer Center. Her research focus includes breast cancer prevention, identifying...


Faculty - Lynn Sage Breast Cancer Symposium - Chicago

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Shelley Hwang, MD, MPH
Duke University Medical Center


2017 News Archive Archives - Page 4 of 6 - DCRI

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Greenup and colleagues, including senior author E. Shelley Hwang, MD, chief of breast surgery at the Duke Cancer Institute, used 2011 data from the National Cancer Database to identify more than 43,000 breast cancer patients aged 50 and older.
In addition to Greenup and Hwang, study authors include Rachel C. Blitzblau, Kevin L. Houck, the DCRI's Julie Ann Sosa, Janet Horton, Jeffrey M. Peppercorn, Alphonse G. Taghian, and Barbara L. Smith.


The do-nothing dilemma | Savor Health

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"I think our technologies are moving faster than our ability to know what to do with the conditions we find," says Shelley Hwang, a breast surgeon at Duke University Medical Center and a prominent DCIS researcher.
Some women who choose surgery, radiation and other measures for DCIS might struggle with related pain and recovery for some time, Hwang says. But without surgery, she counters, "there's another flavour of misery where you're just worried every day of your life that you're going to get cancer". Hwang is leading the first large-scale randomised DCIS study in the USA, known as the COMET trial, which will analyse cancer rates as well as the psychological ripple effects. It would also be helpful if a doctor could capture a sense of an individual patient's risk tolerance, says Shelley Hwang, the Duke breast cancer surgeon - something similar, she says, to how financial planners assess whether their client is capable of or interested in taking on additional financial risk.


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