How would you approach a young patient with oligometastatic inflammatory triple negative breast cancer with bone only metastases?   

Would you consider definitive local therapy (surgery, radiation?) if she achieved a good response to initial systemic therapy?



Answer from: Medical Oncologist at Academic Institution

Answer from: Medical Oncologist at Academic Institution
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Medical Oncologist at UW Madison Hospital and Clinics
I agree, the EA2108 data definitely gives me pause...
Medical Oncologist at Mayo Clinic Rochester
That is certainly a very valid concern and one tha...
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