Infections after breast cancer surgery more common than thought

01/21/2008 | Reuters

A new study suggests more breast cancer patients than previously thought develop infections at incision sites, pushing follow-up care costs to about $4,000 per patient. One researcher says hospitals should try to prevent infections by administering preventive antibiotics before surgery, removing wound drains on time and ensuring proper hand hygiene.

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