INFORM: Randomized Phase II Study of Neoadjuvant Cisplatin vs AC in Newly Diagnosed Breast Cancer With Germline BRCA Mutations

December 10-14, 2019; San Antonio, Texas
In the randomized phase II INFORM trial, rates of pCR and RCB 0/1 were similar with cisplatin vs AC in patients with early-stage breast cancer and germline BRCA mutations.
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Released: December 17, 2019

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