Our members publish scientific papers in medical journals as well as contributing articles to other magazines. In addition, our events and research feature in the general media.
On this page, we have compiled a selection of links to publications about the German Breast Group and articles written by our members.
Is it possible to treat a woman who develops cancer in pregnancy with cytostatics without harming the unborn child? Current study data and widespread expert opinion support this practice, although little is yet known of the long-term consequences. [Elke Oberhofer, Krebstherapie bei Schwangeren? Experten machen Mut, in Focus Onkologie. 2015;18(12), p. 12-17]
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In Focus Onkologie. 2015;18(12) :12-7; courtesy of Springer Medizin; (c) Springer Medizin Verlag GmbH 2015
Gunter von Minckwitz, MD about the Early Survival Analysis of GeparSixto (Abstact S2-05).
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The aim of the BMBC (Brain Metastases in Breast Cancer Network Germany) register trial is to collect prospective and retrospective data about the course of the disease in patients with brain metastases from breast cancer. Furthermore, scientific projects are planned to help gain a clearer understanding of what causes the formation of brain metastases in breast cancer patients.
In October, Dr. Elena Laakmann and Ms. V. Scriba (doctoral student) from the University Hospital of Hamburg-Eppendorf won the poster prize sponsored by the Translational Research Committee of the AGO for their poster entitled “Brain metastasizing patterns in metastatic breast cancer based on tumour biology: subanalysis within the context of the BMBC register” (Hirnmetastasierungsmuster beim metastasierten Mammakarzinom in Abhängigkeit von der Tumorbiologie: Subanalyse im Rahmen des BMBC Registers).
We are also pleased to announce that the poster entitled "Brain Metastases in Breast Cancer Network Germany (BMBC, GBG 79): Multicentric, retro- and prospective collection of patient data and biomaterial from breast cancer patients with brain metastases" won the poster prize at the Annual Brain Metastases Research and Emerging Therapies Meeting in Marseille (2 - 3 October 2015). The poster can be viewed here.
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