About 20% of people with breast cancer have a type called triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC). 

It usually has a worse outlook than other breast cancers. It also tends to affect non-Hispanic Black women and women under 40 more often. But it can be harder to treat because some common cancer treatments, like anti-hormone and anti-HER2, don’t work with TNBC.

In the WebMD webinar “Triple-Negative Breast Cancer: How We’re Learning to Treat it More Effectively,” Kevin Kalinsky, MD, explained how TNBC is different and how new treatments are giving hope.

Most people with TNBC were interested in either empowering themselves…


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