TNBC: Managing the Impact
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Stacy Chilton, LCSW, ACHP-SW
Stacy Chilton, LCSW, ACHP-SW is the women’s cancers program coordinator and an oncology social worker at CancerCare, a national organization providing free, professional support services and information to help people manage the emotional, practical and financial challenges of cancer. Read more...
Jennifer R. Klemp, PhD, MPH, MA
Jennifer R. Klemp, PhD, MPH, MA, is director of cancer survivorship, an associate professor of medicine in the division of clinical oncology and a cancer risk and genetic counselor at the University of Kansas Cancer Center.
Michelle Hauser-Wallace was diagnosed with triple-negative breast cancer at the age of 43. She had four rounds of AC chemotherapy, followed by 12 rounds of paclitaxel and four rounds of carboplatin. Five months later, she was diagnosed with metastatic disease. After being diagnosed with metastatic disease, she entered a clinical trial of eribulin and pembrolizumab.
Joanne Hayashi was diagnosed in 2015 with stage III triple-negative breast cancer, at the age of 33. Joanne is part of LBBC’s inaugural Community Connector class and is passionate about sharing LBBC’s resources with local survivors in her community. Read more...
Roxanne Martinez is a community advocate and was diagnosed with triple-negative breast cancer 5 years ago. Roxanne founded the Simply the Breast Support Network, a local breast cancer support group and transformed her personal network of supporters, Team Roxy, into a community organization dedicated to helping women tackle breast cancer. Read more...
Nancy Schneider was diagnosed with stage IIB triple-negative breast cancer in 2012. She was 41 and had no family history of cancer. She recently celebrated 5 years with no evidence of cancer. Read more...
Tiah Tomlin is a corporate professional and entrepreneur living in Atlanta, Georgia, where she moved with the hope of advancing her career in the pharmaceutical industry. Read more...