Hereditary breast cancer

Posted 1 year ago by Wales Gene Park

Looking at circulating tumour cells in the blood will help researchers learn more about why treatment works better in some women than others and about how cancer spreads. The aims of this study are to find out •If cancer cells in the blood can be easily detected and counted •More about breast cancer, to help improve treatment in the future •More about how breast cancer spreads You will not have any direct benefit from taking part in this study, and it is unlikely to change your treatment plan in any way. But the results of the study will be used to help women in the future.

 Hereditary breast cancer /  London

Posted 1 year ago by Wales Gene Park

Response to Optimal Selection of neo-adjuvant Chemotherapy in Operable breast cancer: A randomised phase III, stratified biomarker trial of neoadjuvant 5- Fluorouracil, Epirubicin and Cyclophosphamide vs Docetaxel and Cyclophosphamide chemotherapy (ROSCO) Doctors often give chemotherapy first to help shrink tumours before surgery for breast cancer. If you have invasive breast cancer you might be offered a combination of drugs that includes a taxane such as docetaxel (also called Taxotere). Or you might have combination that includes an anthracycline such as epirubicin. At the moment, doctors usually give both drugs one after the other. These drugs work in different ways to kill cancer cells. For some people epirubicin works well and for other people docetaxel works well. But doctors aren’t sure which drugs work best for which people. All drugs have side effects and doctors don’t want to give drugs that people don’t need. In this trial, researchers are looking at...

 Hereditary breast cancer /  Velindre Cancer Centre

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