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2013 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium (SABCS)
9 - 11 Dec 2013
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, San Antonio, Texas, United States of America
SABCS 2013: Benefit of breast cancer screening more consistent across studies than previously unders...
SABCS 2013: Presurgery treatment combination more effective for women with triple-negative breast ca...
SABCS 2013: New combination therapy fails to delay progression of advanced breast cancer
SABCS 2013: New presurgery combination therapy may improve outcomes for women with triple-negative b...
SABCS 2013: Changing chemotherapy not beneficial for metastatic breast cancer patients With elevated...
SABCS 2013: Bisphosphonate treatment fails to improve outcomes for women with chemoresistant breast ...
SABCS 2013: New drug combo delayed disease progression for subgroup of women with metastatic breast ...
SABCS 2013: Exercise improves drug-associated joint pain in breast cancer survivors
SABCS 2013: PIK3CA gene mutations make HER2- and hormone receptor-positive breast cancers treatment-...
SABCS 2013: Antihormone therapy anastrozole may provide new option for breast cancer prevention
SABCS 2013: Results from NeoALTTO trial indicate breast cancer patients who had pathologic complete ...
SABCS 2013: Patients with metastatic breast cancer may not benefit from surgery and radiation after ...
SABCS 2013: Avoiding radiotherapy is an option for some older patients with breast cancer
SABCS 2013: Study identifies highly effective treatment option for patients with HER2- positive brea...
SABCS 2013: High levels of immune cells in tumours may identify breast cancer patients most likely t...