magnitude of the decline is certainly persuasive, said lead author Donald Berry, Ph.D., who heads the division of quantitative sciences at M. D. Anderson. “It’s huge, and that’s the most compelling thing,” he said. The month-by-month data, in particular, are startling, Berry said. From July 2002 to December 2003, breast cancer rates fell an average of 1% a… (More)
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