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Общие рекомендации по лечению раннего рака молочной железы St. Gallen-2015, адаптированные экспертами Российского общества онкомаммологов

https://doi.org/10.17650/1994-4098-2015-11-3-43-60

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В марте 2015 г. завершила работу 14-я Международная конференция по раку молочной железы St. Gallen-2015, проведенная в Вене впервые. 

Как и прежде, конференция закончилась принятием консенсус-документа о рекомендациях по местному и системному лечению ранних (операбельных) стадий рака молочной железы. Не все страны, включая Европу и Северную Америку, безоговорочно принимают отдельные положения рекомендаций. В частности, эксперты Российского общества онкомаммологов (РООМ) подходят с осторожностью к оценке «чистых» хирургических краев при выполнении органосохраняющего лечения, а также к планированию лечения минимальных опухолей pT1b–cN0M0. Впервые в практике работы конференции St. Gallen были рассмотрены и учтены в общих рекомендациях отдельные предложения экспертов РООМ по планированию адъювантного лечения в зависимости от биологических и клинико-анатомических характеристик заболевания. Многие положения наших рекомендаций 2012–2013 гг. нашли свое отражение в итоговой резолюции международного консенсуса St. Gallen. Это касается как лечебно-ориентированной классификации подгрупп рака молочной железы в целом, так и проблем стандартизации оценки маркера активности опухоли Ki-67 в различных лабораториях и вопроса об улучшении прогностической эффективности использования маркеров ER и PR. 

Основные положения рекомендаций St. Gallen учитываются при разработке ESMO. 

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Семиглазов В.Ф., Палтуев Р.М., Семиглазов В.В., Дашян Г.А., Семиглазова Т.Ю., Криворотько П.В., Николаев К.С. Общие рекомендации по лечению раннего рака молочной железы St. Gallen-2015, адаптированные экспертами Российского общества онкомаммологов. Опухоли женской репродуктивной системы. 2015;11(3):43-60. https://doi.org/10.17650/1994-4098-2015-11-3-43-60

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Semiglazov V.F., Paltuev R.M., Semiglazov V.V., Dashyan G.A., Semiglazova T.Y., Krivorotko P.V., Nikolaev K.S. General St. Gallen-2015 guidelines for the treatment of early breast cancer (adapted by the experts of the Russian Society of Breast Oncologists). Tumors of female reproductive system. 2015;11(3):43-60. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.17650/1994-4098-2015-11-3-43-60

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