New research could identify likelihood that breast cancer will return

14 Mar 2019 | Advanced breast cancer news

Second Hope welcomes new research which could inform breast cancer patients the likelihood that their cancer will return.

A new test offers women peace of mind through predicting their risk of getting breast cancer again in the next 20 years. It has been carried out by the University of Cambridge and Stanford University in the United States.

Read more at the Daily Mail.

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