New drug combinations are not the solution: Sweden’s screening guru argues early detection is what works in breast cancer

Emma Mason

If caught early, only the most aggressive breast cancers require any treatment beyond surgery, says László Tabár. He wants governments to provide effective population screening from the age of 40, and he would like medical oncologists to stop overtreating ‘baby cancers’ and concentrate on finding solutions to the small minority of hard-to-treat tumours.

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