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Compiled by Charlotte Haigh MacNeil
Hope after diagnosis: survival rates are improving all the time

There have been huge improvements in how well we understand and treat cancer in recent decades. For example, survival rates for breast cancer, one of the most common forms of the disease, have improved vastly in the past 20 years – more than 75 per cent of women diagnosed with it live beyond 10 years. But we’re on the brink of even greater developments that could see cancer become a long-term condition that needs to be managed, rather than a disease that kills people. It’s a very exciting time to be an oncologist.

The end of chemotherapy?

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