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Steps for patients who do not receive complete response after neoadjuvant therapy

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Published: 27.01.20
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Prof Edith Perez - Mayo Clinic Cancer Centre, Rochester, USA

Prof Edith Perez spoke to ecancer at the BGICC 2020 conference in Cairo, Egypt about what to do in a situation where patients do not receive complete pathologic response after neoadjuvant therapy.

Prof Perez discusses some recent adjuvant drugs that could be applied, and a recent study from the Mayo Clinic.

She then touches upon how vaccines could work in this way for triple negative breast cancer, the data of which is not yet out.


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