Fast Five Quiz: Are You Prepared to Confront Metastatic Breast Cancer?

Winston W. Tan, MD; Stefania Morganti, MD


December 15, 2022

The treatment goals for patients with metastatic breast cancer are to prolong survival and improve quality of life. Single-agent sequential cytotoxic therapy is generally preferred. Combination cytotoxic therapy is associated with a higher response rate, but toxicities are also increased, and it confers no survival benefit.

In the metastatic setting, chemotherapy is used across all tumor subtypes.

Discover highlights from ASCO 2022 on the management of metastatic breast cancer here.

Learn more about the treatment and management of metastatic breast cancer.


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