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An Injection can Revolutionise Breast Cancer Cure

by Bidita Debnath on September 25, 2013 at 10:48 PM
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 An Injection can Revolutionise Breast Cancer Cure

In Britain, an injection that could revolutionise breast cancer treatment has been granted a licence for use.

Till now the lifesaving drug 'Herceptin' could only be given via a drip in a 30-minute procedure, but the new jab can make the process easy and time saving, the Daily Express reported.


It was reported that apart from saving time for staff and patients, it could save the National Health Service 20million pounds if rolled out nationwide.

Source: ANI


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