• Breast Cancer Vaccines Look Promising

    4 monthes ago - By Health

    THURSDAY, June 26 — Women with metastatic breast cancer who developed an immune response to an investigational vaccine lived twice as long as those who didn't have an immune response, new research shows.
    "If you were an immune responder, you had double the survival of a non-responder," said study author Dr. Susan Domchek, an associate professor of medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.
    Her report is one of several focusing on breast cancer vaccines expected to be discussed this week at the Department of Defense Era of Hope breast cancer research meeting, in Baltimore.
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  • Managing multiple ipsilateral breast cancer with potential new surgical options

    Managing multiple ipsilateral breast cancer with potential new surgical options

    4 monthes ago - By News Medical

    A new multi-institutional clinical trial compared outcomes of women with multiple ipsilateral breast cancer, or more than one site of disease in the same breast, who underwent breast-conserving surgery, with outcomes of those who converted to mastectomy.
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