Breast cancer treatment found to boost leukemia risk

As a recent entry pointed out, drugs affect senior citizens differently than other age groups. A new study recently found that older breast cancer patients who take certain drugs to boost their immune systems during chemo treatment double their risk of developing leukemia later on. Women over 65 years who took growth factors had a 2% chance of being diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia.

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