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New Data Show That Herceptin, Xeloda and Avastin Help Patients With Early and Advanced Breast Cancer Live Longer or Remain Disease Free for Longer
Date:12/10/2008

ves of women with advanced breast cancer.

"Researching new cancer treatments is a complex step by step process. Each success helps lay the foundation for the next step forward," said William M. Burns, CEO Division Roche Pharmaceuticals. "These results show that we are making significant progress towards giving doctors and their breast cancer

patients better and more effective treatment options to fight this devastating disease at all stages," he added.

    Presentation of Data

    Herceptin

    Gianni L et al  Neoadjuvant trastuzumab in patients with   Friday 12th,
                    HER2-positive locally advanced breast      December
                    cancer: primary efficacy analysis of the   09:30 hrs
                    NOAH trial                                 General
                                                               Session 3
                                                               (Hall D)

    Xeloda

    Joensuu H et    Significant improvement in                 Sunday 14th,
    al. for The     recurrence-free survival (RFS)             December
    Finnish Breast  when capecitabine (X) is                   11:45 hrs
    Cancer Group    integrated into docetaxel (T)              General
                    5-FU + epirubicin + cyclophosphamide       Session 7
                    (CEF) adjuvant therapy for high-risk
                    early breast cancer (BC): interim
                    analysis of the FinXX-trial.

    Avastin

    Smith IE et al  Primary analysis of study MO19391, an      Saturday
                    open-label safety study of bevacizumab     13th,
                    plus taxane-based therapy as 1st-line      December
                    treatment of patients with locally         07:00 hrs
                    recurrent or metastatic breast cancer.     Poster
                                                               Session 4

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