Bridging the Gap: Multidisciplinary Collaboration in Early Breast Cancer Care

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The panelists share their concluding thoughts on the importance of collaboration between academic and community practices to achieve the best outcomes for their patients, which includes seeking second opinions and incorporating insights from tumor board discussions.

Video content above is prompted by the following questions:

  1. When a new eBC product is approved, what is done prior to prepare from an operational standpoint?
    1. Are there instances when a new eBC product is approved and it’s not worth operationalizing?
  2. How can academic centers work efficiently with community practices in the management of patients with eBC?
  3. Scimeca: How might the approval of targeted therapies affect treatment paradigms for eBC?
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