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Treating older patients with breast cancer must include more quality of life considerations and different types of survival calculations.
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Health investment is failing to match the challenge presented by a growing cancer burden in countries at all economic levels, enhancing the need for new approaches that help optimize the delivery of care.
Precision Medicine Moving Beyond HER2 in Breast Cancer
There is a significant transformation underway in the treatment of breast cancer as research advances and new laboratory techniques continue to shrink the so-called "undruggable genome."
Ovarian Suppression Individualization Warranted in Breast Cancer
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Multigene Testing Adds Complexity to Decision Making Process
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IBM's Watson has Potential Partnership With Oncologists
Even with advancements in technology, the prospect of artificial intelligence treating patients with cancer still remains out of reach. At least, for now.
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