Figure 3 : A large, irregular mass with skin involvement is visible in the right breast. Maximum tumour diameter before treatment was 38 mm (arrow). Maximum tumour diameter after treatment was 32 mm (arrow). This is a diameter reduction of 16%, corresponding to ‘stable disease’ according to RECIST and WHO criteria. Histopathologic analysis showed poor tumour regression, i.e. Miller and Payne grade 2.

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