Despite recent advances, triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC) remains difficult to treat due to a poor prognosis and a small number of effective treatments. Thus, clinicians’ priorities need to be aligned with patient goals and perspectives to ensure optimal care and overcome patient misunderstandings about treatment and clinical-trial options.
Join an expert panel of oncologists and oncology nurse practitioners for an in-depth discussion of patient-centered care practices for TNBC that incorporate and align with patient preferences for treatment. Panelists will also discuss effective strategies for TNBC management and the appropriate incorporation of novel therapies into treatment regimens.
Do you have patients who have been diagnosed with TNBC who could use education on treatment options, clinical trials, and available support resources? Direct your patients to MedLive.com to access the activity, “Navigating Treatment and Support for Triple-Negative Breast Cancer.”