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Breast cancer radiation risks killer lung disease
by Ilona Amos
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8 April 2014
On 8 April 2014 The Scotsman reported:
Women who have received radiotherapy for breast cancer have a significantly increased risk of developing lung cancer, according to a new study. Doctors have found the risk of new lung tumours forming in women treated with radiation after breast cancer surgery rises as the dosage increases. A major study also shows the likelihood is far greater among women who are smokers. Women receiving radiation to the breast area have around a one in 200 chance of going on to develop a primary lung cancer -- ie, a new cancer, not a secondary tumour that has spread from the original breast cancer.
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