American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting
American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting
April 18, 2016
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VIDEO: Gene signature may guide adjuvant chemotherapy use in early-stage breast cancer

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NEW ORLEANS — Lajos Pusztai, MD, DPhil, chief of breast medical oncology and co-director of the genetics, genomics and epigenetics program at Yale Cancer Center, spoke with HemOnc Today about the potential implications of the MINDACT trial.

Results of the randomized phase 3 trial showed a 70-gene signature called MammaPrint can help predict which patients with early-stage breast cancer will derive the most benefit from adjuvant chemotherapy.