Clinical evidence for the role of eribulin mesylate in the treatment of breast cancer

The development of drugs improving overall survival (OS) in late-stage metastatic breast cancer (MBC) remains a challenge. Eribulin mesylate, a new chemotherapy agent, has shown significant results in this setting. This agent is a synthetic analog of a macrolide isolated from a marine sponge. It inhibits microtubule polymerization, inducing mitotic arrest… CONTINUE READING