Exploring Therapeutic Alternatives to CDK4/6 Inhibitors in Metastatic Breast Cancer


Heather Moore, BCOP, CPP, PharmD, discusses switching from CDK4/6 inhibitors to later lines of therapy, typically due to toxicities, to alleviate symptoms. She emphasizes the goal of finding a new therapy rather than abandoning treatment altogether, and notes that targeted therapy may be necessary in cases of disease progression.

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