Smaller tumors boost breast cancer survival rates, study finds

08/8/2005 | NYTimes.com

New research suggests improvements in survival rates for breast cancer patients are due primarily to the fact the average size of the tumors treated has become smaller in cases where the cancer has not spread. The study does not discredit the use of improved treatments in boosting survival rates, but instead confirms the value of early diagnosis.

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