Practice-Changing Developments in ER-Positive Breast Cancer
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Practice-Changing Developments in ER-Positive Breast Cancer

From the 2017 Annual Breast Cancer Meeting in San Antonio

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Update your treatment options with this breast cancer thought-leader discussion, including slide deck and eNewsflash, featuring valuable updates and expert perspectives on exciting new developments in the management of ER-positive breast cancer released at the 2017 Annual Breast Cancer Meeting in San Antonio.

Interactive Presentation

Interactive Presentation

Downloadable Slides

Downloadable Slides

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IME

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Newsflash

Release Date

Release Date

Dec 12, 2017

Expiration Date

Dec 12, 2018

Abstract #GS2-05: First-line ribociclib vs placebo with goserelin and tamoxifen or a non-steroidal aromatase inhibitor in premenopausal women with hormone receptor-positive, HER2-negative advanced breast cancer: Results from the randomized phase III MONALEESA-7 trial

Abstract #P5-21-03: Palbociclib (PAL) + letrozole (LET) as first-line therapy in estrogen receptor–positive (ER+)/human epidermal growth factor receptor 2–negative (HER2−) advanced breast cancer (ABC): Efficacy and safety updates with longer follow-up across patient subgroups

Abstract #P5-21-02: Efficacy and safety of abemaciclib in patients with liver metastases in the MONARCH 1, 2, and 3 studies

Abstract #P1-17-03: Abemaciclib for the treatment of brain metastases secondary to hormone receptor-positive breast cancer

Abstract #GS6-02: The benefit of abemaciclib in prognostic subgroups: An exploratory analysis of combined data from the MONARCH 2 and 3 studies

Abstract #P2-09-10: Comprehensive gene expression biomarker analysis of CDK 4/6 and endocrine pathways from the PALOMA-2 study

Abstract #P1-14-05: Ribociclib dose recommendations for potential pharmacokinetic drug interaction and in special patient populations with organ impairment

Abstract #P1-09-01: A phase 1b study of abemaciclib plus pembrolizumab for patients with hormone receptor-positive (HR+), human epidermal growth factor receptor 2-negative (HER2-) metastatic breast cancer (MBC)t

Abstract #GS2-07: MANTA – A randomized phase II study of fulvestrant in combination with the dual mTOR inhibitor AZD2014 or everolimus or fulvestrant alone in estrogen receptor-positive advanced or metastatic breast cancer

Abstract #GS4-07: Results from a randomized placebo-controlled phase 2 trial evaluating exemestane ± enzalutamide in patients with hormone receptor-positive breast cancer

Featured Experts

  • Robert Coleman, MD, FRCP, FRCPEMedical Director, prIME Oncology
    University of Sheffield
    Weston Park Hospital
    Sheffield, United Kingdom
  • Frankie Holmes, MDTexas Oncology-Houston Memorial City
    Houston, Texas, United States
  • Sherko Kümmel, MDKliniken Essen-Mitte
    Essen, Germany

After successful completion of this educational activity, participants should be able to:

  • Summarize the clinical application of novel combinations of targeted and endocrine therapy for the first- and second-line treatment of ER-positive, HER2-negative advanced breast cancer
  • Select appropriate treatment combinations for ER-positive, HER2-negative breast cancer, and identify the optimal sequence of treatment options

This educational activity is supported by a grant from Novartis Oncology.

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