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A Trial of AZD4547 for Breast Cancer That is Oestrogen Receptor Positive and Has Got Worse Despite Having Anastrozole or Letrozole (RADICAL)

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Last updated:13th Feb 2013
This study is looking at a new drug called AZD4547 which is being tested for the treatment of oestrogen receptor positive breast cancer. AZD4547 is a drug which specifically "blocks" proteins called fibroblast growth factor receptors (FGFR1) that are involved in the processes that help cancer cells to grow. These proteins may also be responsible for the development of resistance to hormonal therapies used to treat some breast cancers. AZD4547 is not yet approved for use in breast cancer and is therefore being used in this study as a research drug.
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Study start date 2013-02-13

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