Breast Cancer 360

Triple-Negative Breast Cancer 360: Waiting for the Future

March 3, 2016
05:30pm to 07:30pm
2016-03-03 17:30:00 2016-03-03 19:30:00 America/New_York Triple-Negative Breast Cancer 360: Waiting for the Future 601 West 26th Street, Suite 325, New York, NY, 10001
Centre for Social Innovation
601 West 26th Street, Suite 325
New York, NY 10001
While the future of research is promising, dealing with the uncertainty while you wait can be difficult. For people with triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC), the lack of access to targeted therapy not only influences your medical treatment but also your ability to communicate about and cope with the disease.

Join Living Beyond Breast Cancer and Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation to explore how, in the future, targeted therapies will change the experience of TNBC—from a “one size fits all” approach to one that accounts for the diversity of medical, emotional and practical needs of people with this diagnosis.

You can attend this free event in person or participate via live Web stream. The educational program will begin at 6:00 p.m. (ET). For those attending in person, registration and refreshments will begin at 5:30 p.m. (ET).

This interactive event will feature a panel discussion followed by a Q&A session. Both in person and Web stream audiences will be able to text their questions to the moderator during the Q&A session.


Tiffany TrainaTiffany A. Traina, MD
Associate Attending Physician, Breast Medicine Service
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine
Weill Cornell Medical College
New York, New York

Tiffany A. Traina, MD's  primary research interests focus on the development of improved therapies for patients with breast cancer with a particular focus on triple negative breast cancer, the androgen receptor and the use of mathematical modeling to optimize drug delivery schedules. Dr. Traina has published widely in journals such as the Journal of Clinical Oncology, Clinical Cancer Research, Breast Cancer Research and Treatment, and Cancer. She serves on the ASCO Scientific Program Committee for the Triple Negative Breast Cancer/Cytotoxics/Local Therapy track and is a member of the Translational Breast Cancer Research Consortium Triple Negative Breast Cancer Working Group. She has been recognized for her academic, patient care and community service efforts including the Hally Yaccino Steiner Award from the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, Teacher Appreciation awards from MSKCC, the 2014 Hero Award from the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation and the Outstanding Service Award from the Junior League.

Roz KlebanRoz Kleban LCSW
Senior Social Work Manager
Breast and Imaging Center
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

For the past 28 years Roz Kleban, LCSW has been a pioneer in the world of breast cancer, working first on the inpatient unit at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, and later establishing the psychosocial component of its Evelyn H. Lauder Breast Center. Ms. Kleban has given numerous professional presentations on the emotional and social impact of breast cancer, and has been featured often on television and in print. In 2004 she received the Komen “Professor of Survivorship” award and in 2005 was named social worker of the year by the Association of Oncology Social Workers. She has co-authored a chapter in the Handbook of Oncology Social Work and authored an article in Social Work in Health Care entitled “Metastatsis the new 'C Word'."  Loved by patients, and deeply respected by colleagues, Ms. Kleban remains one of the most knowledgeable and authoritative voices in the field of breast cancer, and its profound effect on the patient.


Lu Ann Cahn
Author, Former Journalist, Living Beyond Breast Cancer Board Member

Lu Ann Cahn is Director of Career Services for the Temple University School of Media and Communication. She is also the author of the inspirational memoir I Dare Me, an entertaining look back on a year that changed everything for her. In December 2014, she left her 40-year career in broadcast news to dare audiences across the country and to help launch the next generation of communicators at Temple University. Cahn is well known in Philadelphia, where she worked as a reporter for WCAU-TV for 27 years. In 1991 Cahn made local and national news when she publicly told her story of battling breast cancer after a missed diagnosis when she was only 35. A native of Columbus, Ohio, Cahn grew up in Atlanta and graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Georgia. She is married to former NBC10 photojournalist Phil Houser. They’re proud of their daughter Alexa, who dared herself to start the company Bad Kids Collective and is now the owner of her own company managing music talent.


For questions or to register by phone call toll-free (855) 807-6386.

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