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touchCONGRESS Expert Opinions ESMO 2018
Length of activity: 75 minutes Prof. Pierfranco Conte, Prof. Nadia Harbeck, Dr. Javier Cortes, Prof. Stephen Johnston, Dr. Fatima Cardoso, Prof. Francois-Clement Bidard and Prof. Masakazu Toi discuss the latest data from ESMO 2018, and what they mean for global and regional clinical practice.
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Watch a series of internationally renowned clinical specialists from Europe and Japan discuss key clinical data of interest from the European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) 2018 Congress in Munich, Germany, 19-23 October 2018.
The potential implications of these data for optimizing clinical outcomes for patients with advanced breast cancer are explored from both global and regional perspectives.
The information in this activity is intended for oncologists, nurses, and other healthcare professionals involved in the treatment of patients with breast cancer.
After watching these touchCONGRESS Expert Opinions from ESMO 2018, you should:
Be familiar with key clinical data of interest for advanced breast cancer that were presented at the Congress and what they may mean for both global and regional clinical practice.
Understand whether these new data can help inform sequencing of therapies in patients with advanced breast cancer.
Be aware of whether prognostic and differentiation factors may drive the optimal use of chemotherapy, endocrine therapy and combination therapy with targeted agents such as CDK4/6 inhibitors.
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