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2017 Lynn Sage Breast Cancer Symposium

Breast Cancer

Computer-Based Support May Allow Physicians to Spend More Time on ‘Human Aspects of Cancer Care’

As computer-based physician support systems for decision-making in cancer management continue to evolve, “we will come to embrace this as something that liberates us to spend more time on the human as...

Breast Cancer

What Can We Do Differently for Premenopausal Patients With Breast Cancer?

While age remains a major risk factor for breast cancer, with nearly 80% of new cases occurring in women aged 50 years and older, women diagnosed at a younger age generally have poorer outcomes. This...

Solid Tumors
Breast Cancer

Where Are We Now in Triple-Negative Breast Cancer?

The treatment of triple-negative breast cancer is rapidly evolving, as clinical trials continue to test chemotherapy agents and combinations and immunotherapy studies promise potentially “game-changin...

Solid Tumors
Breast Cancer

Gauging the Impact of Weight Loss Intervention on Breast Cancer Outcomes

“Growing research suggests that body weight is not only related to the risk of developing malignancy, but also prognosis after diagnosis, especially in breast cancer,” said Jennifer A. Ligibel, MD, of...

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