5 doctors weighed in:
Are hormone receptive breast cancers worse than non-hormone receptive cancers?
5 doctors weighed in

Dr. Travis Kidner
Surgery - Oncology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: In general
Triple negative breast cancer tend to have worse outcomes than receptor positive tumors.

In brief: In general
Triple negative breast cancer tend to have worse outcomes than receptor positive tumors.
Dr. Travis Kidner
Dr. Travis Kidner
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1 doctor agrees
In brief: No
In general, breast cancers which are positive for hormone receptors have a better prognosis than those which are not.

In brief: No
In general, breast cancers which are positive for hormone receptors have a better prognosis than those which are not.
Dr. Michael Zadeh
Dr. Michael Zadeh
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Dr. Barry Rosen
Surgery
In brief: No
On the contrary, cure rates are actually higher with hormone-sensitive tumors, all else being equal.
Furthermore, these tumors may be very sensitive to antiestrogen chemotherapy using tamoxifen or an aromatase inhibitor, depending on a woman's age.

In brief: No
On the contrary, cure rates are actually higher with hormone-sensitive tumors, all else being equal.
Furthermore, these tumors may be very sensitive to antiestrogen chemotherapy using tamoxifen or an aromatase inhibitor, depending on a woman's age.
Dr. Barry Rosen
Dr. Barry Rosen
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