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Caring for HER2+ mBC Patients Through Collaboration and Communication

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Caring for HER2+ mBC Patients Through Collaboration and Communication

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    A possible way to improve the care of HER2+ metastatic breast patients is to always have open communication with them and their multidisciplinary team. It’s important to have shared decision-making when it comes to treatment and care to provide optimal outcomes. To learn more ways we can better care for our patients, join Dr. Jennifer Caudle as she sits down with Dr. Megan Kruse, Breast Medical Oncologist and Director of Breast Cancer Research at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio, and Dr. Marcella Mazo, Assistant Professor in the Division of Hematology Oncology at the University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, and a Breast Medical Oncologist at Mays Cancer Center.

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    A possible way to improve the care of HER2+ metastatic breast patients is to always have open communication with them and their multidisciplinary team. It’s important to have shared decision-making when it comes to treatment and care to provide optimal outcomes. To learn more ways we can better care for our patients, join Dr. Jennifer Caudle as she sits down with Dr. Megan Kruse, Breast Medical Oncologist and Director of Breast Cancer Research at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio, and Dr. Marcella Mazo, Assistant Professor in the Division of Hematology Oncology at the University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, and a Breast Medical Oncologist at Mays Cancer Center.

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Schedule25 Jun 2024