Thousands of women with breast cancer could be spared the misery of chemotherapy -- thanks to pioneering work carried out in Llanelli and Swansea. Health regulators have approved a new test which could help decide whether women with early breast cancer need the treatment following surgery.
It would help them avoid the gruelling side effects including nausea, insomnia, hair loss and fatigue. And ITV News has learned that the fresh approach could save the embattled health service up to £10,000 a patient. Megan Boot reports.
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