Year 2015, Volume 28 , Issue 1, Pages 35 - 39 2015-09-30

CDK inhibitors in hormone receptor positive advanced breast cancer

Bilge AKTAS [1]


Endocrine treatment is the current first line treatment in ER+
advanced breast cancer with a requirement of predictive
biomarkers to the treatment and different approaches for
endocrine resistance risk. Cyclin dependent kinases (CDKs)
are regulating each step of cellular division in mammalian
cell cycle and are hyperactivated in cancer cells causing
cancer progression. Next generation pan-CDK inhibitors are
in clinical development, while clinical trials in breast cancer,
particularly in ER+ subtype where the greatest growth
inhibition has been observed. Here I will review the data
from this new class of drugs.
Keywords: CDK inhibitors, Hormone positive advanced
breast cancer, Targeted therapies, Palbociclib, Endocrine
therapy resistance

CDK inhibitors, Hormone positive advanced breast cancer, Targeted therapies, Palbociclib, Endocrine therapy resistance
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Publication Date : September 30, 2015

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APA Aktas, B . (2015). CDK inhibitors in hormone receptor positive advanced breast cancer . Marmara Medical Journal , Special Issue :1 Oncology , 35-39 . DOI: 10.5472/mmj.77406
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Chicago Aktas, B . "CDK inhibitors in hormone receptor positive advanced breast cancer". Marmara Medical Journal 28 (2015 ): 35-39
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Vancouver Aktas B . CDK inhibitors in hormone receptor positive advanced breast cancer. Marmara Medical Journal. 2015; 28(1): 35-39.
IEEE B. Aktas , "CDK inhibitors in hormone receptor positive advanced breast cancer", Marmara Medical Journal, vol. 28, no. 1, pp. 35-39, Sep. 2015, doi:10.5472/mmj.77406