Cases of breast cancer, the most common type among Costa Rican women, increased 63 percent between 2000 and 2013, while mortality rose 43 percent in the same period, a group of 31 specialists from public hospitals reported Thursday.
The group includes experts from nine medical specialties who joined in 2013 to outline a plan to curb those figures. After two years of research they presented a guide on “Consensus on Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment of Breast Cancer.”
They also disclosed

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