ASO Author Reflections: Sentinel Node Biopsy—Retirement Will Have to Wait

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We acknowledge Prof. Francisco Belfort, MD, PhD, for his valuable insights on these reflections.

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Bertolli, E., Calsavara, V.F. ASO Author Reflections: Sentinel Node Biopsy—Retirement Will Have to Wait. Ann Surg Oncol 27, 4141–4142 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1245/s10434-020-08962-0

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