Triple Negative Breast Cancer
University of Chicago breast cancer specialists are experienced in treating triple negative breast cancer, a rare form of breast cancer than occurs disproportionately in young women and African-American women, though it can occur in women of any age or ethnicity. "Triple negative" means the tumor is estrogen receptor-negative, progesterone receptor-negative and HER2-negative. Here, we're conducting clinical trials of promising new treatments for the condition.
CBS2 Chicago News featured Rita Nanda, MD, in a report about triple negative breast cancer. » Learn more