SABCS 2010


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Blogs

Debu TripathyDEBU TRIPATHY, MD, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, BREAST ONCOLOGIST

Dr. Tripathy, the editor-in-chief of CURE, is a practicing breast oncologist and co-leader of the Women's Cancer Program at Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Southern California. He will help put this year's SABCS research into context for patients and survivors. [READ HIS BLOG]

  • What to look for at this year's SABCS breast cancer meeting
  • Preventing late recurrences - New insights from San Antonio
  • Video blog: BOLERO-2 and Afinitor in breast cancer
  • Video blog: Cleopatra and pertuzumab in breast cancer
  • Video blog: HER2-targeted agents
  • Video blog: Complications with brachytherapy in breast cancer
  • Video blog: Test could spare some DCIS patients from radiation
  • An update on the Cancer Genome Atlas for breast cancer

    Susan McClure

    SUSAN McCLURE, PUBLISHER, SURVIVOR

    Diagnosed with triple-negative breast cancer in her 30s, Susan has made helping cancer patients her mission by leading CURE and working with Planet Cancer. Susan will talk to advocates and offer a survivorship perspective. [READ HER BLOG]

  • Fertility takes center stage at SABCS
  • ELIZABETH WHITTINGTON, CURETODAY.COM EDITOR

    Elizabeth will be covering the scientific presentations and poster sessions for CURE magazine and Curetoday.com. She'll also be on the lookout for advocates during the meeting to provide insight and information for other patients and survivors. [READ HER BLOG]

  • Arriving at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium
  • Saving your oocytes
  • Breast Cancer and the Environment report offers research roadmap
  • Blogroll for San Antonio's breast cancer meeting
  • Afinitor impresses in advanced hormone-positive breast cancers
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    You can follow all this year's SABCS-related blogs at curetoday.com/blog/SABCS11.

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