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This study gives doctors two new biomarkers to test for in patients, and many new potentials in clinical trials, which can be fast tracked since so many drugs already exist that target these specific genes. While this study only tested out two drugs, there are many other drugs that specifically target p53 and PARP, and many more which can be developed, which may give even better results. Hopefully, there will be many new, positive developments for this disease following this discovery.
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While I was active, my mood became elevated and I found myself smiling just a little. As I was keeping my mind and hands occupied, I didn’t think so much about bodily aches and pains. It felt good!
That’s when I began looking for sparks of joy and I found them in the simplest of things – reading a book, listening to music, taking a walk and enjoying a cup of tea. All of sudden, it seemed joy was everywhere!
By comparing genetic profiles in these breast cell populations to those from matched control individuals, the researchers were able to track down alterations that were over-represented in the BRCA2-deficient cells.
The CDK4/6 inhibitor ribociclib (Kisquali) plus endocrine therapy with letrozole may induce molecular downstaging of disease in certain patients with high-risk, early-stage, hormone receptor (HR)–positive, HER2-negative breast cancer