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Breast cancer trials and the ageing population

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Published: 21.03.19
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Dr Etienne Brain - Institut Curie, Paris, France

Dr Etienne Brain speaks to ecancer at the 2019 EORTC Groups Annual Meeting (EGAM) about the recent trial developments from the EORTC Breast Cancer Group - which he currently chairs.

Dr Brain describes a new randomised trial called 'Appalaches' that will examine the adjuvant administration of palbociclib in older ER-positive, HER2-negative patients.

He also discusses the clinical implications that may result from these studies, in which he believes clinical research must become more considerate of the current ageing population.

Dr Brain also mentions further trials that are in development that will focus on the de-escalation of aggressive treatments in both the ageing and general population.

Furthermore, Dr Brain outlines the main challenges faced in oncology today, along with hopes to address the disparity between young and older patients in clinical trials.

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