Early locoregional breast surgery improves overall and progression-free survival in oligometastatic breast cancer

Congress : SABCS

Authors : J.Hotton (ICL), A.Lusque (ICR), P.Rauch (ICL), et al.

Experts group or program : ESMÉ - données de vie réelle en cancérologie

Four percent of patients have Metastatic Breast Cancer (MBC) at the time of diagnosis. Surgery in this context is generally not recommended. However, tumour resection may have an effect on tumour load influencing metastatic growth. Some studies have suggested an advantage of locoregional surgery in MBC. The objective was to evaluate the effectiveness of surgery in the year following diagnosis of metastatic disease.

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