SchweizerPoster am SABCS

[P1-18-01] Incidence of hypocalcemia in patients with metastatic breast cancer under treatment with denosumab: A non-inferiority phase III trial assessing prevention of symptomatic skeletal events (SSE) with denosumab administered every 4 weeks versus every 12 weeks: SAKK 96/12 (REDUSE) 

 Authors: Mller A, Templeton AJ, Hayoz S, Hawle H, Hasler-Strub U, Schwitter M, Pestalozzi BC, Pagani O, Btzberger P, Wehrhahn T, Rauch D, Inauen R, Betticher D, Zaman K, Bodmer A, Popescu RA, Rothschild S, Schardt J, Borner M, Fuhrer A, Schr C, Gillessen S, von Moos R, For the Swiss Group for Clinical Cancer Research (SAKK)

In our trial up to 20% of all BC patients treated with DN experienced HC in the q4w induction phase despite mandatory supplementation of VitD and Ca. This rate is considerably higher than the numbers reported in the registration trials of DN (where it was 5.5% for BC). After the induction phase, HC is markedly reduced in the q12w arm compared to q4w. This suggests that DN given q12w has a more favorable long-term safety profile in terms of HC compared to DN q4w.



[P6-19-01] Evaluation of multiple transcriptomic gene risk signatures in male breast cancer 

 Authors: Bayani J, Poncet C, Yao CQ, Crozier C, Anouk N, Piper T, Cunningham C, Sobol M, Aebi S, Benstead K, Bogler O, Dal Lago L, Fraser J, Hilbers FH, Hedenfalk I, Korde L, Linderholm B, Martens J, Middleton L, Murray M, Kelly C, Nilsson C, Nowaczyk M, Peeters S, Peric A, Porter P, Schrder C, Rubio IT, Ruddy KJ, van Asperen C, Van Den Weyngaert D, van Deurzen C, van Leeuwen-Stok E, Vermeij J, Winer E, Boutros PC, Giordano SH, Cardoso F, Bartlett JM

Conclusion: Common transcriptomic assays designed to assess residual risk, validated in female BC, provide similar information in male BC patients. Not surprisingly, disagreement between test results at the individual patient level was observed. To our knowledge, this is the largest study of MBC assayed to generate risk scores of the current commercial BC tests to demonstrate their clinical utility and their differences and similarity to female BC.
This work has been funded by the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF).


[OT1-01-06] POSITIVE: A study evaluating Pregnancy, disease outcome and safety of interrupting endocrine therapy for premenopausal women with endocrine responsIVE breast cancer who desire pregnancy (IBCSG 48-14/BIG 8-13) 



 Authors: Pagani O, Partridge AH, Peccatori F, Azim HA, Colleoni M, Saura C, Kroep JR, Warner E, Gombos A, Stersdal AB, Ruggeri M, Gelber RD, Sun Z