Scientists are crying tears of joy following two medicinal breakthroughs in breast and prostate cancer.


Scientists are crying tears of joy following two medicinal breakthroughs in breast and prostate cancer.

Two medical advances in breast and prostate cancer have scientists shedding tears of joy.

After the stunning success of Covid vaccines, which were produced in record time, we should no longer be surprised by our scientists’ brilliance.

You know an oncologist has discovered a terrific discovery when they cry tears of joy over the results of their most recent medication studies. Astra Zeneca scientists have developed a potential treatment for some patients with advanced, aggressive breast cancer, which is truly groundbreaking. Julia Bradbury, a TV presenter, recently revealed her own diagnosis of breast cancer, bringing the awful reality of this devastating disease home.

Meanwhile, scientists at the Institute of Cancer Research in London are close to finding a way to reduce the chance of death in men with advanced prostate cancer.

Progress against two of the most dangerous diseases is cause for joy, as cancer still accounts for more than a quarter of all deaths in the United Kingdom.

Both discoveries have the potential to change cancer treatment around the world.

Two more significant medical breakthroughs from a country with a long history of major medical breakthroughs.

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