Breast Cancer

Oral oncolytic drugs have a multitude of benefits for patients, including ease of use, improved quality of life, fewer clinic visits, and no need for IV therapy.
Patients with endocrine-resistant HR-positive/HER2-negative metastatic breast cancer require novel therapeutic alternatives as a result of the poor outcomes of currently available later-line medications.
The emergence of innovative targeted therapy in combination with endocrine therapy has shown improvement in HR-positive breast cancer results, but the US Food and Drug Administration–approved combinations all include endocrine therapies in their regimens, leaving an unmet need in patients who develop endocrine resistance.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact healthcare across the globe.
The phase 3 OlympiA trial showed olaparib had impressive results versus placebo, with improvement in disease-free survival with adjuvant olaparib in early-stage, HER2-negative breast cancer and BRCA1/2 mutations. This highlights the need to test for BRCA1/2 mutations to determine if patients qualify for olaparib.
A recent study found that omega-6 PUFA supplementation surprisingly reduced cancer-related fatigue in exhausted American breast cancer survivors when compared with omega-3 PUFA supplementation, and that omega-6 PUFA supplementation surprisingly lowered proinflammatory blood markers, completely against expectations.
Results of a recent web-based survey show that survey respondents are in favor of several changes in breast cancer treatment during COVID-19. These changes must be discussed on a local level, taking into consideration the infrastructure and resources available.
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