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An international study has shown that partial radiation of the breast reduces a patient’s long-term risk of developing cancer in other areas such as the esophagus, colon and lung. The partial treatment approach is just as effective as whole-breast radiation in treating breast cancer but offers fewer side effects. This is especially important as patients with breast cancer are diagnosed and treated earlier and living longer. Learn more in an article from CBC News.