Alert for Women With Breast Cancer: What The Amazing New Findings About The Drug Enhertu Mean For You & What To Ask Your Doctor

Updated July 6th, 2022

Alert for Women With Breast Cancer: What The Amazing New Findings About The Drug Enhertu Mean For You & What To Ask Your Doctor

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Later Stage Treatment: HER2- and HER2 Low-- Dramatic Change in Treatment Paradigm

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  • Experts say HER2- metastatic breast cancer patients should go back to their doctors to see whether their cancer is actually HER2 Low
  • Some women previously classified as HER2- may now qualify for treatment with a new drug called Enhertu that can extend overall survival rates

Later Stage Treatment: HER2- and HER2 Low-- Dramatic Change in Treatment Paradigm

  • Experts say HER2- metastatic breast cancer patients should go back to their doctors to see whether their cancer is actually HER2 Low
  • Some women previously classified as HER2- may now qualify for treatment with a new drug called Enhertu that can extend overall survival rates
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