Published in Women's Health Weekly, April 19th, 1999
The question of how important it is for women with breast cancer to be treated quickly once they notice symptoms has been controversial for more than 90 years. While some studies have shown quick treatment is crucial for survival, others have found delays do not matter much since tumors take years to grow.
In one study, published in the April 2, 1999, issue of The Lancet, scientists at the Imperial Cancer Research Fund, London, United Kingdom, found that, for one in 20 women...
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