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Study Shows Chemotherapy Not Needed To Treat Many Breast Cancers

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After a diagnosis of breast cancer, many women have surgery followed by chemotherapy and radiation. But a new study shows that if the cancer is caught early enough, women might be able to avoid the chemotherapy. Since she was diagnosed with breast cancer last April, Amy Adam values family time even more. “It made us aware that when it comes down to it, family is what matters," she said. Adam was lucky — a mammogram caught her cancer early… when the tumor was just three by...

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