Early breast cancer diagnosis could save 1,000 lives

Almost 1,000 deaths from advanced breast cancer would be prevented each year if England's survival rates matched those in Norway and Sweden, research has shown.

A total of 957 deaths from advanced breast cancer could be avoided each year in England if its early diagnosis rates matched those in Norway and Sweden, research has shown.

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