Decision-Making in Metastatic Breast Cancer — Medical and Surgical Oncology Lecture
June 26 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pmFree
Lisa Carey, MD
Richardson and Marilyn Jacobs Preyer Distinguished Professorship for Breast Cancer Research
UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center
UNC School of Medicine
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Decision-Making in Metastatic Breast Cancer
Of women diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer, almost 30% will develop metastatic disease. Genomic testing of metastatic breast cancer will help us determine which forms of breast cancer are likely to return in other parts of the body.
- Learning Objectives TBD
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- Presentation Handout (Coming soon)
- MediaSite Live Link (Livestream of lecture; recording available for viewing within 48 hours of lecture.)
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- This lecture will be available as a FREE Self-Paced, Online Course in August 2019. Please visit learn.unccn.org to peruse our many Self-Paced, Online Courses.
*Lecture topic subject to change.
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