Study: Double mastectomy cuts death risk in some women with breast cancer

02/13/2014 | HealthDay News

A study in BMJ found that women with early-stage breast cancer and BRCA gene mutations who had double mastectomies had a 48% reduced risk of dying from the disease during the next two decades. The procedure appeared to show the most benefit 11 to 20 years after diagnosis.

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