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Shou-Ching Tang, MD, PhD, on Recurrent CNS Metastases in Breast Cancer: Study Results on a Novel Conjugate

2016 ESMO Congress

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Shou-Ching Tang, MD, PhD, of the Georgia Cancer Center, discusses findings on a novel peptide–paclitaxel conjugate that crosses the blood-brain barrier and shows activity in breast cancer patients with recurrent central nervous system metastases. (Abstract 324O)



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