PUNE (India) Former Australian fast medium pacer Glenn McGrath has preferred to keep mum over the recent breast cancer research. Thousands of women could be spared unnecessary treatment for breast cancer due to a new breakthrough in screening techniques, scientists have claimed. Jane McGrath (42), the wife of former Australian bowler, died on June 22, 2008 from complications following breast cancer surgery. Unfortunately, the McGrath Foundation can only respond to media inquiries regarding our McGrath Breast Care Nurses and breast awareness in the community as we dont have any clinical staff on board to respond to queries regarding treatment or general breast cancer research, Eleanor Garth, the media and community liaison officer at McGrath Foundation said. It also means that we cannot provide you with comments from Glenn as our Chairman, the official added. The USA researchers claim that they can accurately predict which women are at low risk. The scientists from the University of California have identified a way to predict whether some cancerous cells will go on to become dangerous or not. Researchers analysed cells and collected information on whether or not the patients went on subsequently to develop invasive breast cancer. The findings are published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. McGraths late wife Jane Louise (nTe Steele) was born in the United Kingdom and had worked as a flight attendant before their marriage. Glenn married Jane in 1999 after they met at a Hong Kong nightclub called Joe Bananas in 1995. They had two children, James and Holly. Jane McGrath fought recurrent battles with breast cancer and bone cancer. On 26 January 2008 (Australia Day), Glenn and Jane McGrath were both made members of the Order of Australia. In 2007, the McGraths founded the McGrath Foundation, a charitable organisation, dedicated to raising money to fund more Breast Care Nurses in rural and regional Australia and educate young women to become 'breast aware. Glenn has continued the work of Jane in her memory. The foundation has so far raised over $12 million, it is learnt here.