Patients Are Living Longer With Breast Cancer | Breast Cancer Roundtable

When Olivia Newton-John was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1992, doctors knew it may kill her. But they never expected the fight to last 3 decades.

So much has changed in Breast Cancer care over the years, and patients are living longer because of it – sometimes even long enough to develop cancer again.

That may not seem like a win, but it is.

Michele Fantazzio, MD, a breast surgeon at MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper, talks about how early diagnosis and new treatments are making a difference.

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