Radiation oncologist Dr. Wendy Woodward of MD Anderson checks Lourdes Suggs for neck lumps before speaking about the specifics of Suggs radiation treatment on Aug. 7 in Houston.

Houston Chronicle photo / Marie D. De Jesus

Radiation oncologist Dr. Wendy Woodward of MD Anderson checks Lourdes Suggs for neck lumps before speaking about the specifics of Suggs radiation treatment on Aug. 7 in Houston.

Many not getting right care for rare breast cancer

The Associated Press

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HOUSTON — Likely because of their doctors’ ignorance, many women with a particularly aggressive and lethal kind of breast cancer don’t receive the full treatment most likely to beat the disease, according to a Houston study.

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