There is new hope for the thousands of women at risk of developing breast cancer after British scientists announced a possible 'cure'.
Experts at Imperial College in London say they have identified a way to stop tumours from growing and spreading to other parts of the body.
The team behind the research says new drugs could be available within the next two years.
Scientists have previously focused on how to prevent tumours from forming, but this new treatment could mean the disease is effectively stopped in its tracks.
There are nearly 50,000 new cases of breast cancer in the UK every year. Of those 12,000 women died.