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Given a grade 1 pT1a tumor I probably would not consider further work up to evaluate the axilla. I would only prescribe an aromatase inhibitor. Anyway it is a situation in which maybe I would offer to the patient (at least for the early times) a more careful follow-up of the axilla with periodic ultrasound evaluation.
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