Breast cancer affects one in nine Kiwi women during their life. Eight women, on average, will hear news today that they have breast cancer. Most women diagnosed with breast cancer are aged 50 years or older.
In New Zealand, medicines are registered for use and funded through two separate and distinct processes. Companies who wish to market their medicine in New Zealand must make an application to Medsafe....
There will be a number of different treatment choices available to you depending on your cancer type, the stage of the disease and the hormone receptor and HER2 status of your breast cancer.
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