Breast Cancer Deaths Plunge Since 2000

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10 Jan 2018 01:01 PM EST

Breast cancer deaths have dramatically declined as a result of new drugs and better screenings since 2000.
According to UPI, a new study shows that screening and treatment reduced breast cancer mortality by 49 percent in 2012.
That's compared with 37 percent in 2000.
Screening techniques have gone from film-based mammography to digital. There are also new molecularly targeted treatments and chemotherapy regimens.

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