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New Drug Extends Life Of Younger Women With Breast Cancer

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New Drug Extends Life Of Younger Women With Breast Cancer

New Drug Extends Life Of Younger Women With Breast Cancer

According to CNN.com, "Younger women suffering from a common form of advanced breast cancer have experienced significantly improved survival rates when treated with a drug that targets cancer cells.

Researchers discovered this by studying findings of an international clinical trial.

Dr. Harold Burstein of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, "Advanced breast cancer in pre-menopausal women can be very aggressive.

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