23 January 2018
By Dr Wendy Winnall - PCFA Research Team
Breast cancer and prostate cancer share a number of common features. They are usually dependent on hormones to grow and they can be treated by drugs that inhibit hormones. We often hear that prostate cancer research doesn’t receive as much money as breast cancer. But the good news is that due to the similarities between these two cancers, prostate cancer research benefits from the discoveries made by breast cancer research.
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