Local Therapies for Liver Mets - Metastatic Breast Cancer Trial Talk

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Liver mets — also called hepatic metastases — occur in up to fifty percent of people living with stage IV breast cancer. Historically, using local therapies for liver metastases was for pain and symptom management. However, newer research indicates that local treatments may improve survival for some people whose breast cancer has spread to the liver. 

Follow the links below to learn about local therapies for treating liver mets, including surgery, stereotactic body radiation, Yttrium-90, ablation, and others; current research on the relationship between local treatment and survival; and clinical trials enrolling people with liver mets. 

Local Treatment 101
Journal Articles & Abstracts
Clinical Trials for People with Liver Mets



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