Excerpt from Contributions to Medical Research, Dedicated to Victor Clarence Vaughan by Colleagues and Former Students of the Department of Medicine and Surgery of the University of Michigan, on the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of His Doctorate
The logical inference was that the pectoralis major muscle, as well as the fascia covering it, should be removed together with the overlying breast and the axillary contents, in every case of carcinoma of the breast, in order to insure the highest possible certainty of complete removal of the disease in any given case.
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