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 At the conclusion of this course, learners should be able to:

 

  • Define important patient variables such as age in addition to tumor variables as determinants for the optimal selection of treatment in early breast cancer.
     
  • Review the outcomes data for selection of treatment in older adults with early stage breast cancer.
     
  • Discuss updates in the selection of surgical treatment for older patients with early stage breast cancer.
     
  • Elucidate the role of age as a variable in omission of radiation therapy in patients with early breast cancer.
     
  • Describe the physiology of pregnancy as it relates to breast cancer.
     
  • Review management of reproductive age patients with breast cancer.
     
  • Identify individuals with breast cancer who should be referred for genetic evaluation.
     
  • Interpret the role of genetic testing in treatment selection.
     
  • Explain palliative care needs in young patients with advanced breast cancer.
     

 

Discuss the advantages of early palliative care interventions in young patients with advanced breast cancer.



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  • 6th Annual Breast Health Symposium Is Age Just a Number? Breast Health Trends Across the Age Spectrum
  • Nina D'abreo, Claudine Isaacs, Naamit Gerber

     At the conclusion of this course, learners should be able to:

     Define important patient variables such as age in addition to tumor variables as determinants for the optimal selection of treatment in early breast cancer.

     

    • Review the outcomes data for selection of treatment in older adults with early stage breast cancer.
       
    • Discuss updates in the selection of surgical treatment for older patients with early stage breast cancer.
       
    • Elucidate the role of age as a variable in omission of radiation therapy in patients with early breast cancer.
       
    • Describe the physiology of pregnancy as it relates to breast cancer.
       
    • Review management of reproductive age patients with breast cancer.
       
    • Identify individuals with breast cancer who should be referred for genetic evaluation.
       
    • Interpret the role of genetic testing in treatment selection.
       
    • Explain palliative care needs in young patients with advanced breast cancer.



           

     

     

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