Published in Cancer Weekly, October 20th, 1997
A Canadian study found that radiation treatments cut the death rate by 29 percent. In a larger study conducted in Denmark, 54 percent of the women who received radiation therapy were alive after 10 years compared with 45 percent of those who did not get the treatment.
"These are substantial survival advantages," said Dr. Samuel Hellman of the University of Chicago in an editorial in the October 2, 1997, issue of the New England...
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