Endocrine Therapy of Advanced Breast Cancer
Local recurrence of breast cancer is usually treated with radiotherapy, or the recurrence may be removed surgically. Distant metastases require systemic treatment although metastatic localization in weight-bearing bones, painful localized lesions, and brain metastases are indications for radiotherapy with or without systemic modalities.
KeywordsEstrogen Testosterone Flare Androgen Imide
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