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Improving outcomes for oestrogen receptor positive breast cancer

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Published: 19.06.17
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Dr Giancarlo Pruneri - European Institute of Oncology, Milan, Italy

Dr Pruneri talks to ecancer at IFCPE 2017 about treating the 20% of oestrogen-receptor positive breast cancer patients who relapse following first-line treatments.

He describes how comparative genotyping of primary tumours and subsequent lesions could reveal treatment resistance, giving the example of recent research exposing aromatase inhibitor resistance.

Dr Pruneri spoke further about aromatase gene amplification further here.

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