Cancer

San Antonio Express-News: Study: After breast cancer surgery, women at higher risk of drug addiction

December 11, 2020

This article is about a study presented at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, organized by the Mays Cancer Center, that shows women who undergo breast cancer surgery may be at risk of becoming persistent users of opioids. Read the story.


Medpage Today: Tumor Cell Changes Related to BrCa Survival

December 11, 2020

Dr. Virginia Kaklamani, leader of the breast cancer program at the Mays Cancer Center and co-director of the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, moderated the first day’s press conference that featured results of several high-impact studies. Read the story.


Cancer Therapy Advisor: Physicians Commonly Miss Adverse Events in Patients With Breast Cancer

December 11, 2020

Dr. Virginia Kaklamani, leader of the breast cancer program at the Mays Cancer Center and co-director of the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, moderated the first day’s press conference that featured results of several high-impact studies. Read the story.


Medscape Medical News: CTCs Predict Overall Survival in Metastatic Breast Cancer

December 11, 2020

Dr. Virginia Kaklamani, leader of the breast cancer program at the Mays Cancer Center and co-director of the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, moderated the first day’s press conference that featured the results of several high-impact studies. Read the story.


San Antonio Express-News: During the pandemic, cancer care has taken a hit, researchers say at San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium

December 10, 2020

Dr. Virginia Kaklamani, Mays Cancer Center, again led the programming of the annual San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, held virtually this year; the symposium’s research presenters commented that the coronavirus pandemic has negatively impacted the treatment and health of cancer patients across the globe. Read the story.


OBR Oncology: Experts Preview Noteworthy Trials at SABCS 2020

December 9, 2020

Virginia Kaklamani, MD, is quoted in the following story regarding the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium (SABCS). Dr. Kaklamami is director of the Mays Cancer Center Breast Cancer program and is a co-leader of the SABCS. Read the story.