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Overdiagnosis of Breast Cancer in Older Women—and Unnecessary Treatment—Is Widespread: Study
New findings question the efficacy of routine breast cancer screening in women aged 70 and above, revealing high rates of overdiagnosis that lead to unnecessary treatments. Learn how this could impact your clinical decisions for older female patients.
Oncology, Medical September 19th 2023
Final Overall Study Analysis Continues to Show Benefit of Sacituzumab Govitecan in Advanced HR+ Breast Cancer
Discover how sacituzumab govitecan is setting a new standard in the treatment of HR+, HER2- metastatic breast cancer, offering improved survival rates and lower risks of progression.
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All but One Common Cancer Screening May Not Extend Lives: Study
New research questions the life-extending efficacy of most common cancer screenings, emphasizing the need for transparent physician-patient discussions to weigh the risks and benefits. Learn more about this crucial topic that might change your approach to recommending screenings.
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Meta-Analysis Shows Value of Ovarian Suppression in Patients With Early Breast Cancer
This meta-analysis points to ovarian suppression as a potent strategy for enhancing survival rates and reducing recurrence in pre-menopausal women with early-stage breast cancer.
Obstetrics & Gynecology September 5th 2023