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Aixa Soyano Muller, MD

Specialty: Medical Oncology
Program: Breast Oncology


Cancer Focus: Breast Cancer

Dr. Aixa Soyano is an Assistant Member in the Department of Breast Oncology. Dr. Soyano received her MD degree from Universidad Central de Venezuela/Escuela de Medicina in Venezuela. She completed an Internal Medicine Residency at Steward Saint Elizabeth’s Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts. Dr. Soyano recently completed a Hematology Oncology Fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida. Dr. Soyano is interested in the multidisciplinary care of patients of any age and race with breast cancer of any stage and subtype. Her research interest is in the future of oncology related to personalized medicine.

Education & Training


  • Mayo Clinic - Hematology Oncology


  • Steward Saint Elizabeth’s Medical Center - Internal Medicine

Medical School:

  • Universidad Central de Venezuela - MD
Participating Trials

A Phase 2 Study of TAS-120 in Metastatic Breast Cancers Harboring Fibroblast Growth Factor Receptor (FGFR) Amplifications
Condition: Breast
Intervention: Faslodex (fulvestrant); TAS-120 (); fulvestrant ()

If you believe you are eligible for one of these trials or studies, please call
813-745-6100 or toll-free 1-800-679-0775.


  • Lou Y, Marin-Acevedo JA, Vishnu P, Manochakian R, Dholaria B, Soyano A, Luo Y, Zhang Y, Knutson KL. Hypereosinophilia in a patient with metastatic non-small-cell lung cancer treated with antiprogrammed cell death 1 (anti-PD-1) therapy. Immunotherapy. 2019 May.11(7):577-584. Pubmedid: 30943864.
  • Chumsri S, Serie DJ, Li Z, Pogue-Geile KL, Soyano A, Mashadi-Hossein A, Warren SE, Lou Y, Colon-Otero G, Knutson KL, Perez EA, Moreno-Aspitia A, Thompson EA. Effects of Age and Immune Landscape on Outcome in HER2-Positive Breast Cancer in the NCCTG N9831 (Alliance) and NSABP B-31 (NRG) Trials. Clin Cancer Res. 2019 Jul.25(14):4422-4430. Pubmedid: 30808774. Pmcid: PMC6634998.
  • Soyano AE, Baldeo C, Kasi PM. Adjunctive Use of Circulating Tumor DNA Testing in Detecting Pancreas Cancer Recurrence. Front Oncol. 2019 Feb.9:46. Pubmedid: 30788289. Pmcid: PMC6372543.
  • Lou Y, Dholaria B, Soyano A, Hodge D, Cochuyt J, Manochakian R, Ko SJ, Thomas M, Johnson MM, Patel NM, Miller RC, Adjei AA, Ailawadhi S. Survival trends among non-small-cell lung cancer patients over a decade: impact of initial therapy at academic centers. Cancer Med. 2018 Oct.7(10):4932-4942. Pubmedid: 30175515. Pmcid: PMC6198232.
  • Dholaria BR, Hammond WA, Roy V, Sher T, Vishnu P, Soyano A, Finn LE, Tun H. Allogeneic hematopoietic cell transplant for relapsed-refractory, marginal zone lymphoma: a single-center experience. Leuk Lymphoma. 2018 Nov.59(11):2727-2730. Pubmedid: 29566563.
  • Soyano AE, Dholaria B, Marin-Acevedo JA, Diehl N, Hodge D, Luo Y, Manochakian R, Chumsri S, Adjei A, Knutson KL, Lou Y. Peripheral blood biomarkers correlate with outcomes in advanced non-small cell lung Cancer patients treated with anti-PD-1 antibodies. J Immunother Cancer. 2018 Nov.6(1):129. Pubmedid: 30470260. Pmcid: PMC6251165.
  • Marin-Acevedo JA, Dholaria B, Soyano AE, Knutson KL, Chumsri S, Lou Y. Next generation of immune checkpoint therapy in cancer: new developments and challenges. J Hematol Oncol. 2018 Mar.11(1):39. Pubmedid: 29544515. Pmcid: PMC5856308.
  • Soyano AE, Baldeo C, Kasi PM. BRCA Mutation and Its Association With Colorectal Cancer. Clin Colorectal Cancer. 2018 Dec.17(4):e647-e650. Pubmedid: 30033118.
  • Soyano AE, Reynolds G, Moreno-Aspitia A, Chumsri S. Rifaximin for Pertuzumab-Related GI Toxicities. Front Oncol. 2017 Aug.7:168. Pubmedid: 28848707. Pmcid: PMC5550690.
  • Soyano AE, Kassi M, Kasi PM. Neuroendocrine Tumor Involving the Epicardium. Case Rep Oncol. 10(3):1144-1149. Pubmedid: 29430241. Pmcid: PMC5803682.

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