Patient preferences for chemotherapies used in breast cancer

@inproceedings{Beusterien2011PatientPF,
  title={Patient preferences for chemotherapies used in breast cancer},
  author={Kathleen Marie Beusterien and Jessica L Grinspan and Thomas Tencer and Adam M. Brufsky and Constance Visovsky},
  booktitle={Journal of clinical oncology : official journal of the American Society of Clinical Oncology},
  year={2011}
}
e19667 Background: New therapies are being developed for advanced breast cancer that may not be curative, but may be associated with an incremental advantage in survival relative to existing therapies. This increase in survival duration should be weighed against the risk of toxicities when making treatment decisions. The objective of this study was to assess the trade-offs patients are willing to make among efficacy, administration regimen, and risk of toxicities among available advanced breast… CONTINUE READING
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