What is Stable Disease and How is it Monitored? - Metastatic Breast Cancer Trial Talk

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Stable disease means your treatments are causing your tumor(s) to either not grow or shrink while no new tumors are developing. If you have stable disease, you may wonder how often you should receive monitoring. Although clear guidelines have not been established, monitoring may include imaging, blood tests, and biomarker tests. Types of monitoring and frequency may also depend on your tumor biomarkers, such as hormone receptor status and HER2 status.

Read below to learn about stable disease and current research on monitoring MBC treatment response.

Introduction to Stable Disease
Research on Monitoring MBC

Last Modified on January 18, 2024



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