Research suggests more than 130,000 deaths from disease have been avoided in 30 years
The death rate for women with breast cancer in the UK has dropped by 44% over the past 30 years, according to new figures.
Analysis by Cancer Research UK suggests that more than 130,000 UK breast cancer deaths have been avoided in the last three decades.
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