PARP Inhibitors In BRCA-Mutated Breast Cancer

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PARP inhibitors are an effective therapeutic option for BRCA-mutated ovarian cancer patients, but how do they stack up against BRCA-mutated breast cancer? Dr. Giuseppe Curigliano, Co-Chair of the Division of Medical Oncology at European Institute of Oncology (EIO), Clinician and Researcher specializing in breast cancer, highlights the results of a study presented at ESMO 2017 about PARP inhibitors used in this patient population.

This interview was recorded at the European Society of Medical Oncology (ESMO) congress held in Madrid (September 2017). Breast cancer videos recorded at ESMO 17 are part of an educational program by the Patient Empowerment Foundation (PEF). We thank Roche for their support.

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