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Title: Intervention for hepatic and pulmonary metastases in breast cancer patients: Prospective, multi-institutional registry Study-IMET, Protocol MF 14-02
Authors: Soran, Atilla
Özbaş, Serdar
Özçınar, Beyza
Işık, Arda
Doğan, Lütfi
Şenol, Kazım
Dağ, Ahmet
Karanlık, Hasan
Aytaç, Özgür
Karadeniz Çakmak, Güldeniz
Dalcı, Kubilay
Doğan, Mutlu
Sezer, Atakan Y.
Gökgöz, Şehsuvar
Özyar, Enis
Sezgin, Efe
Keywords: Breast cancer
Protocol MF 14-02
Pulmonary metastases
Hepatic metastases
Issue Date: Oct-2022
Publisher: Springer
Abstract: Background: One fourth of early-stage breast cancer cases become metastatic during the follow-up period. Limited metastasis is a metastatic disease condition in which the number of metastatic sites and the extent of the disease both are limited, and the disease is amenable to metastatic intervention. This prospective study aimed to evaluate intervention for limited metastases in the lung, liver, or both. Methods: The study enrolled luminal A/B and/or human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (HER2)-neu+ patients with operable lung and/or liver metastases in the follow-up assessment after completion of primary breast cancer treatment and patients with a diagnosis of metastasis after 2014. Demographic, clinical, tumor-specific, and metastasis detection-free interval (MDFI) data were collected. Bone metastasis in addition to lung and liver metastases also was included in the analysis. The patients were divided into two groups according to the method of treatment for metastases: systemic therapy alone (ST) group or intervention (IT) group.
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