What Makes Triple Negative Breast Cancer Aggressive?
You don’t have to have a Triple Negative Breast Cancer (TNBC) diagnosis to learn about the disease. TNBC is a type of breast cancer that is usually more aggressive, harder to treat, and with a higher recurrence rate than cancers that are hormone receptor-positive or HER2-positive. About 10-15% of all breast cancers are triple-negative. So, what does all that mean? The knowledge gained from this program could someday help yourself or others who may be diagnosed with TNBC.
*Please note: This program takes place during the Queens Support Group and anyone with a breast cancer diagnosis is welcome to attend.
Christine Benjamin, Vice President of Patient Support and Education at SHARE
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