Breast Cancer | Specialty

The OncLive Breast Cancer condition center page is a comprehensive resource for clinical news and expert insights on various types of breast cancer, including those that are triple negative, hormone receptor positive, and/or HER2 positive. This page features news articles, interviews in written and video format, and podcasts that focus on treatment advances and ongoing research in breast cancer.


Beyond Genetics: Emerging Breakthroughs in Breast Cancer Battle

November 17th 2008

Key findings from the 2008 ASCO Breast Cancer conference; updates on goserelin, capecitabine, docetaxel & lapatinib.

Useless Medical Devices

October 14th 2008

Throughout history, the public's pursuit of good health has, in the absence of scientific method or even common sense, motivated the creation of some downright ridiculous medical devices.

Metastatic Breast Cancer Worldwide: Different Languages, Different Views, Different Goals

September 22nd 2008

Breast cancer in general is not openly discussed in Malaysia, but this may be changing.

Why We�re Not Reaching Women With Metastatic Breast Cancer and How We Can Change That

September 22nd 2008

Breast Cancer Network of Strength is always looking for different ways to meet the needs of women with breast cancer.

Bridging Gaps, Expanding Outreach: Identifying the Unmet Needs of Women Living with Metastatic Breast Cancer

September 19th 2008

The purpose of this Priority Report is to raise awareness of metastatic breast cancer.

Oncology Outlook: Breast Cancer Care: A Focused Factory with an Evolving Architecture

September 18th 2008

The evolution of the clinical care of breast cancer patients has been a leading model for clinical cancer research and the management of other solid tumors.

3D Mammography: Advances in Breast Cancer Screening

March 12th 2008

An improved mammography system currently in clinical trials at Emory Universitys Breast Imaging Center in Atlanta is showing dramatic improvements in both early detection of suspicious lesions and reductions in false-positive readings.