Scientists say that a new scientific discovery could lead to the development of new treatments for breast cancer and drugs that can prevent the disease, in a recent study.
The study was conducted by scientists at the Cancer Research Institute in London and published in the journal Nature Communications.
Scientists have discovered more than 100 genes associated with breast cancer, including 32 genes associated with recovery and survival after infection.
The experts said the findings could help scientists create new genetic tests to predict disease risk, ensure proper treatment of the disease, and better target the disease.
They said screening for these genes could be used to improve prevention efforts in women most likely to develop breast cancer and to test new treatments.