- Question from sloop: Are there any new treatments for brain mets that offer up hope for long-term survival?
- Answers - Kathy D. Miller, M.D. Perhaps not new therapies for patients with brain involvement, but more information that many of our new therapies are able to enter the brain and may have some effect at preventing the growth of brain metastases or decreasing the chance of brain metastases. We are also learning more about genes that alter the likelihood that the disease will travel to the brain, and that could lead to different treatment recommendations or follow-up recommendations for patients in the future.
The Ask-the-Expert Online Conference called Updates From the 2009 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium featured Kathy Miller, M.D. and Kristin Brill, M.D., F.A.C.S. answering your questions about the latest updates on breast cancer risk, screening techniques, treatment options, and more.
Editor's Note: This conference took place in December 2009.
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