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The Molecular Mechanisms of HER2 Mutations Driving NSCLC Disease Progression

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    Did you know that HER2 mutations can be found in about 4 percent of patients with non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC)? Although it’s not a very common genetic event, it’s still important to know how these mutations drive disease progression and how you can treat these NSCLC patients. That’s why Dr. Sandra Misale joins Dr. Hector Chapa to explore the clinical features and characteristics of HER2 mutations along with the available therapeutic options.

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    Did you know that HER2 mutations can be found in about 4 percent of patients with non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC)? Although it’s not a very common genetic event, it’s still important to know how these mutations drive disease progression and how you can treat these NSCLC patients. That’s why Dr. Sandra Misale joins Dr. Hector Chapa to explore the clinical features and characteristics of HER2 mutations along with the available therapeutic options.

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