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Bone Drug Suppresses Wandering Tumor Cells in Breast Cancer Patients; May Reduce Metastatic Disease

(Science Daily) The bone-strengthening drug zoledronic acid (Zometa) can help fight metastatic breast cancer when given before surgery, suggests research…

When the drug was given along with chemotherapy for three months before breast cancer surgery, it reduced the number of women who had tumor cells in their bone marrow at the time of surgery.

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