February 26, 2013
FDA last week approved a first-of-its-kind late-stage breast cancer treatment that delivers a potent chemotherapy drug directly to cancer cells, leaving healthy cells relatively intact.
More than 1.5 million U.S. residents were diagnosed with invasive cancers in 2009—and a new CDC report indicates that new cases were most common in the Northeast.
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