Women who've been treated for Hodgkins Lymphoma are five times more likely to go on to develop breast cancer. The findings were made after a landmark study carried out by the Institute of Cancer Research, over the last 50 years.
Doctors at the Christie in Manchester hope the results can now be used to help protect those women who are most vulnerable. Our correspondent Rachel Townsend reports
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