By guest blogger Chanice Henry, Editor, Pharma IQ
In the fight against one of the world’s most widespread diseases, new research has found that pharmacists are key in the optimisation of medical treatment for breast cancer patients.
Breast cancer is the most common cancer that occurs in women. In 2012 there were 1.7 million new diagnoses – which equated to 12% of all new cancer cases. Less than one per cent of breast cancer develops in males.
Despite its prevalence, death rates from this form of cancer have been consistently declining over the past 25 years due to better awareness and advancing treatment options.