2015 Miami Breast Cancer Conference

breast cancer
issues in oncology

Too Early to Use Genome Sequencing for Breast Cancers in the Clinic

The role of next-generation sequencing (high-throughput technologies that allow DNA and RNA to be analyzed more quickly and inexpensively than earlier techniques) in breast cancer remains unclear and ...

breast cancer
issues in oncology

Should Oncologists Be Ordering Breast Cancer Gene Panels?

Two oncologic surgeons squared off at the 32nd Miami Breast Cancer Conference to debate whether breast cancer genetic susceptibility panel testing is ready for routine use in the clinic. J. Michael Di...

Breast Cancer
Pain Management

Opioid-Reduction Strategy for Postoperative Pain After Breast Cancer Surgery

One persistent and potentially debilitating problem breast cancer patients suffer with is postoperative pain. Studies show that proper pain management is an essential component in the healing process,...

breast cancer

Experts Debate: Can We Cure Metastatic Breast Cancer?

Can metastatic breast cancer ever be cured? This issue was debated at the 32nd Annual Miami Breast Cancer Conference by two experts in the field: George W. Sledge, Jr, MD, Professor of Medicine at Sta...

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