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Immunotherapy improves overall survival of the most aggressive breast cancer

Immunotherapy improves overall survival of the most aggressive breast cancer

A study led by the IBCC in Barcelona points to a 27% improvement when adding pembrolizumab to chemotherapy An international study has shown that the addition of a type of immunotherapy, pembrolizumab, to first-line chemotherapy improves the overall survival of patients with advanced triple-negative breast cancer with PD-L1 expression by 27%. This is the KEYNOTE-355 …

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Immunotherapy improves survival by almost 30% in the most aggressive breast cancer

Immunotherapy improves survival by almost 30% in the most aggressive breast cancer

The addition of an immunotherapy drugpembrolizumab, to first-line chemotherapy improves overall survival by 27% of patients with a type of advanced triple negative breast canceraccording to the updated results of a study led by the International Breast Cancer Center (IBCC). This center leads the international study KEYNOTE-355, whose latest results are published this Thursday by …

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Successfully tested a new option for patients with the most aggressive breast cancer

Successfully tested a new option for patients with the most aggressive breast cancer

Triple negative breast cancer affects more women under 40 Forty years ago, of all women diagnosed with breast cancer, around 70% remained at least five years without suffering a relapse. Now, that figure is closer to 90%. This progress has been achieved, among other things, thanks to the understanding of the enormous diversity of this …

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The ECB faces the first rate hike in 11 years: will it be more aggressive than expected?

The ECB faces the first rate hike in 11 years: will it be more aggressive than expected?

The European Central Bank will raise rates for the first time in 11 years on Thursday. At the meeting in June, the body warned that it would increase the price of money by 25 basis points, but the evolution of the euro zone economy and, above all, high inflation has made the rise of 0.5% …

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