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Drug boosting survival hopes for breast cancer sufferers

5th June 2007
Cancer drug Hercepin, could reduce the number of mastectomies if used alongside chemotherapy before women undergo surgery, a study has shown.  Women who suffer from a certain type of breast cancer, HER-2-positive, who are treated in this way were more likely to see tumours shrink substantially, meaning surgery that would conserve the bresat can be carrid out, according to new stattistics.

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