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Expert Opinion / Cases · July 13, 2021

T3N2 ER-PR- HER2+ Invasive Ductal Carcinoma of the Left Breast

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Ana C. Sandoval Leon MD

 

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  • oscar aballay

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  • Swapan Kumar   Nath

    I suggest trastuzumab deruxtecan


  • EMADMOHSEN EL-NASHAR

    4


  • Zuhair ALZIBAIR

    There was a partial response to docetaxel PH initially ...since the goal of the treatment is palliative in principle ,I suggest re-challenge with weekly paclitaxel- trastuzumab pertuzumab


  • Gail Morris

    5 Start with SBRT to liver, then 4, if the patient agrees. I’m speaking as a physician with ER-PR-HER2+ ductal carcinoma with no recurrence of liver mets after 14 years. The word “palliative” is not in my vocabulary. I never comment on forums but feel like I need to weigh in on this one. If even one oncologist reading this considers SBRT in a case such as this, I will be happy.


  • Kavi Capildeo

    3 or 4


  • Barb Stein

    As a RN with Er Pr neg HER2+ with mets to my liver. SBRT to liver mets after 6 rounds of THP followed by H&P (Cleopatra trial). Did the trick for me! 6 years NED on H&P.


  • Barb Stein

    As she had a reoccurrence 3 years out, first line metastatic would be 1 and since oligometastisis SBRT to any residual met.


  • surapong  supaporn

    Ans. 1 : as cleopatra trial : recurrent after 3 years completion of adjuvant therapy :


  • Sep 17, 2021

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