What is Breast Cancer?
Even with survival rates of 90% after 5 years, breast cancer remains one of the major causes of cancer-related deaths in Australian Women, and while in its “primary” stage it can be treated successfully with surgery and chemotherapy, the prognosis is much poorer once it metastasises to bones and other vital organs.
Dr Yuan Cao knows how important finding new therapies to prevent or control the spread of breast cancer. “These efforts are mainly focused on finding a new therapy to prevent or control the spread of breast cancer, which remains a major cause of cancer-related death, with around 30% of patients ultimately
The Can Too Foundation has invested in 25 breast cancer researchers.