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[MOL] Study: More U.S. Women Receiving Inappropriate Breast Cancer Treatment


Something for our breast cancer friends....

Study: More U.S. Women Receiving Inappropriate Breast Cancer Treatment

LONDON (AP) - The growing popularity of lumpectomies for treating breast cancer and the failure of some doctors to do them properly has made it less likely that American women in the early stages of the disease are receiving appropriate treatment, a new study says.

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