Neoadjuvant chemotherapy alters the genomic landscape and immune microenvironment of breast cancers
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To characterize the effects of neoadjuvant chemotherapy (NAC) on the genome, transcriptome and tumor infiltrating leukocytes (TILs), we have conducted whole exome and whole transcriptome sequencing of a comprehensive, longitudinal breast cancer cohort consisting of 146 cases and 281 paired tumor samples. In total, 52 (38%) patients achieved pathologic complete response (pCR) while 85 patients (62%) had residual disease with standard chemotherapy regimen. Tumor biopsies were collected for each patient at three time points – pre-treatment, three weeks after the first cycle of anthracycline and cyclophosphamide (AC) and at the time of surgery after 3 more cycles of AC followed by 4 cycles of taxane or taxane plus Herceptin in case of HER2+ subtype.
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Whole transcriptome sequencing (WTS) of a longitudinal breast cancer (BC) cohort consisting of 146 cases (281 tumors, 109 pairs), including 52 (38%) that achieved pathologic complete responses (pCR) and 85 (62%) that harbored residual diseases at time of surgery.
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