Practice-Changing Perspectives regarding Systemic Therapy in Early Breast Cancer: Opinions of German Experts regarding the 17th St. Gallen International Consensus Conference
Wissenschaftlicher Artikel/Review - 08.04.2022
Kolberg-Liedtke Cornelia, Untch Michael, Thomssen Christoph, Schneeweiss Andreas, Müller Volkmar, Loibl Sibylle, Kühn Thorsten, Krug David, Janni Wolfgang, Jackisch Christian, Huober Jens, Harbeck Nadia, Haidinger Renate, Fasching Peter A, Denkert Carsten, Budach Wilfried, Brucker Sara Y, Luftner Diana, Thill Marc
The general topic of this year's 17th St. Gallen (SG) International Consensus Conference on the treatment of patients with early breast cancer (SG-BCC) was "Customizing local and systemic therapies for women with early breast cancer." This topic considers that each treatment decision must also consider the cancer-specific situation of the individual patient. This year, the votes of the SG-BCC were again discussed taking into account the multidisciplinary German S3 Guidelines and the recommendations of the Breast Cancer Working Group of the AGO (Arbeitsgemeinschaft Gynäkologische Onkologie; AGO Mamma). As the international panel of the SG-BCC consists of experts from different countries, the votes do represent an international cross-section of opinions. Therefore, it is useful to discuss the voting results with respect to the German evidence-based treatment guidelines. This publication focuses mainly on systemic treatment.