Shorter radiation for cancer of the breast
Experts say the findings in a study by Canadian researchers could change the face of care in the U.S. The study, developed over a period of 12 years, has found that just three weeks of radiation treatment for those in the early stages of breast cancer is just as effective as the typical five weeks.
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