40,000: UK breast cancer diagnoses milestone
This article was originally published in Clinica
The UK incidence of breast cancer has reached a new all-time high, with more than 40,000 diagnoses a year. And while the trend is set to continue, says Cancer Research UK (CRUK), there is hope that a significant improvement in mortality and survival can also be maintained.
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