A new study says women with advanced breast cancer are living longer, partly due to better treatment. In this 2002 file photo, Dr. Penny Labor compares mammogram film to a TV image at Doris Kupferle Breast Center at Harris Methodist Hospital in Fort Worth, Texas.
A new study says women with advanced breast cancer are living longer, partly due to better treatment. In this 2002 file photo, Dr. Penny Labor compares mammogram film to a TV image at Doris Kupferle Breast Center at Harris Methodist Hospital in Fort Worth, Texas. CAROLYN MARY BAUMAN KRT
A new study says women with advanced breast cancer are living longer, partly due to better treatment. In this 2002 file photo, Dr. Penny Labor compares mammogram film to a TV image at Doris Kupferle Breast Center at Harris Methodist Hospital in Fort Worth, Texas. CAROLYN MARY BAUMAN KRT

Study: Women with advanced breast cancer are surviving longer

May 18, 2017 11:00 AM

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