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Women can pause breast cancer therapies to have baby: Study


A new study has found that women who have been treated for breast cancer may be able to pause their followup medications long enough to have a baby. The new research found that within three years of pausing their medications, women had no greater risk of their cancers returning than those who stayed on the drugs.

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