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TNBC Series Part 1: Treatment for Black Women

Triple Negative Breast Cancer (TNBC) affects Black women twice as much as non-hispanic white women. TNBC is an aggressive cancer that is typically not treated like other subtypes of breast cancer.

Dr. Vivian Bea, Chief of Breast Surgical Oncology at New York-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital, and Dr. Evelyn Taiwo, Breast Oncologist at New York-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital, will discuss treatment options to inform patients, family and friends. You don’t have to have a diagnosis of TNBC to learn about the disease.  Your knowledge could someday help yourself or others who may be diagnosed with TNBC. 


May 27th, 2022
1PM to 2PM (ET)




  • Patients and their caregivers

  • Healthcare professionals

Key topics:

  • Treatment options to inform patients, family and friends

To learn more and to register, click here.



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