HER2-postive Breast Cancer Expert Series Resources

 

BC Expert Series Webinar 1: Treatment closer to home - A new era for patients with breast cancer

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Watch Professors Wardley and Jackisch discuss the status and importance of flexible care in shaping the future of breast cancer treatment.

BC Expert Series Webinar 2: Neoadjuvant therapy - A multidisciplinary approach to patient care

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Watch Professor Harbeck and Mr Cain discuss key considerations for the management of HER2-positive eBC from a surgeon and oncologist perspective.

BC Expert Series Webinar 3 : Diagnostic work-up in HER2-positive eBC: A focus on pathology

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Watch Professor Viale discuss the HER2 scoring system, heterogeneity of HER2-positive BC and the pathologist's role in post-NACT setting and response assesment.

BC Expert Series Webinar 4 : Adjuvant treatment in HER2-positive eBC

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Watch Professor Swain discuss the optimal treatment regimen for patients with low-risk and high-risk HER2-positive eBC.

BC Expert Series Webinar 5 : Residual disease after neoadjuvant therapy: A new decision point in HER2-positive eBC

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Watch Professors Loibl and Geyer discuss the KATHERINE study and its exploratory analyses of clinical interest.

BC Expert Series Webinar 6 : Decreasing the burden: Balancing efficacy, toxicity and patient QoL

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Watch Professor Piccart evaluate strategies for personalising treatment options, reducing toxicity and optimising quality of life for patients with HER2-positive eBC.

BC Expert Series Webinar 7 : The evolving treatment landscape in HER2-positive mBC

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Watch Doctor Prat discuss the current treatment algorithm and standard of care for HER2-positive mBC, together with recently approved novel agents in the disease.

BC Expert Series Webinar 8 : Patient-expert dialogue: Shared decision making in eBC care

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Watch Professor de Azambuja, Mr Harvey and Mrs de Rooij-van Haaren discuss the importance of patient–physician dialogue and shared decision-making in selecting the optimal treatment for patients.

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