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HER2 IHC testing in the wake of the 2023 HER2 Breast Guideline Update¹

Audrey Bennett, MD

Course Description:
Over the past several months, the HER2/neu IHC testing landscape in breast cancer has evolved. The PATHWAY HER2/neu (4B5) Rabbit Monoclonal Primary Antibody is the first and only FDA-approved immunohistochemistry companion diagnostic test for interpreting all levels of HER2 protein expression including HER2-low.

This comprehensive session aims to support pathologists with clinical training to better understand the spectrum of HER2 IHC expression for identifying breast cancer patients who are eligible for treatment with Herceptin® (IHC 3+ or IHC 2+/ISH amplified), KADCYLA® (IHC 3+ or IHC 2+/ISH amplified) or ENHERTU® (IHC 1+ or IHC 2+/ISH non-amplified).

This session will also cover a pathologist perspective of the impact of the ASCO-CAP HER2 Testing in Breast Cancer 2023 Guideline Update and will include a slide review of challenging cases.

Registration for this activity is complimentary.

Target Audience
Practicing academic and community pathologists, and pathologists in training

Learning Objectives
At the end of the presentation attendees should be able to:
  • Provide the diagnostic landscape of HER2 IHC Testing and the clinical trial data to support it
  • Discuss Scoring and Interpretation of HER2 in Breast Cancer, Including Challenging Cases
  • Understand the impact of the ASCO/CAP HER2 Testing in Breast Cancer 2023 Guideline Update

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