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Male breast cancer patients should be treated earlier

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The earlier treatment of men with breast cancer, particularly with hormone therapy, could improve outcomes, according to a study conducted by the Orion Collaborative Group. The results of the study were presented by the group’s Dr Marina Garassino at the recent European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) conference in Lugano, Switzerland.

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