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Title: Intervention to 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
Publisher: Springer
Abstract: Background/Objective: One‐fourth of early‐stage breast cancer (BC) becomes metastatic at follow‐up. Limited metastases represents a clinical state of metastatic disease that is limited in the number of metastatic sites and extent of disease, and amenable to metastasis‐directed intervention. The aim of this prospective study is to evaluate intervention to limited metastases in lung and/or liver.
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