A new breast cancer drug is being tested in Manchester, that could be a lifeline to women with the most aggressive form of the disease.
The drug, known as T-DM1, is designed to slow the progress of The treatment increases the survival time of some patients by almost six months.
It also reduces side effects such as hair loss, and gives sufferers a better quality of life
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