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Role of endocrine therapy in ER+/HER2+ breast cancers


The ER+/HER2+ subtype accounts for up to 10% of all breast cancers and is an important subtype as these cancers have a worse prognosis than ER+/HER2 breast cancers. While there is now considerable preclinical and clinical evidence that ER+/HER2+ cancers exhibit intrinsic and acquired resistance to endocrine therapy, it remains unclear what is driving this resistance to therapy. Clearly this is a pressing clinical issue as endocrine therapy remains at the forefront of systemic treatment for all women with ER+ disease.

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