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Current and Future Directions in PARP Inhibition
Megan E. Grudem, APRN, CNP
Andrea E. Wahner Hendrickson, MD
Review how far PARP inhibition has come and discover where it’s headed, including its potential role in various malignancies, how to select patients who are appropriate candidates, and guidance on devising treatment plans that include PARP inhibitors for patients with ovarian or breast cancer based on genetic profiles, tolerability, dosing schedules, and other factors.
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