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LBBC Releases New Brochure on Triple-Negative Breast Cancer

Our new brochure will help you understand the basics of this diagnosis, treatments and what happens after therapy ends

December 18, 2009

Written By Mary Alice Hartsock

Our new Guide to Understanding Triple-Negative Breast Cancer will help you learn the ins and outs of this type of disease, whether you are newly diagnosed, in treatment or years beyond treatment.

Created in partnership with the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation and written with guidance from a team of healthcare professionals and women like you, this 50-page guide is divided into seven sections that guide you through this diagnosis. This publication is free and available now.

The first two sections define triple-negative breast cancer and explore risk factors. In section three, learn about common treatments for triple-negative breast cancer, and in section four get practical tips on managing your emotions during treatment. Section five details common post-treatment issues such as your emotions, follow-up testing and lifestyle interventions. We offer information about research in the pipeline and advice about moving forward in sections six and seven.

Throughout the guide, you will find quotations from real women who have been diagnosed with triple-negative disease and special tips for ways to learn more.

We are very pleased to offer this guide free to you and your healthcare team. Order your copy today. Download a PDF or order copies for your office or clinic at our marketplace. Many thanks to our funder for this guide, The Breast Cancer Fund of National Philanthropic Trust. Thank you also to the Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Foundation for their invaluable partnership.

Download a free copy of our Guide to Understanding Triple-Negative Breast Cancer.