This comprehensive reference is a timely exploration of two vital aspects of triple-negative breast cancer. The book offers a holistic perspective that helps readers to navigate the challenges of managing triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC) with knowledge and confidence.
Understanding Ethnic Disparities and Targeted Therapies: This section provides a critical overview of the ethnic disparities and the latest targeted therapies available for patients facing advanced or metastatic triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC).
Empowering Patients and Enhancing Communication: This section dives into the essential role of patient education, empowerment, effective communication with medical teams, and psychological or supportive approaches, providing invaluable insights into managing advanced or metastatic breast cancer (BC).
- - Introduces a groundbreaking perspective on the TNBC journey, encouraging patients to view their battle with the disease as an opportunity to leverage modern pharmacological advancements and psychological support for improved outcomes.
- - Bridges the gap between clinical or research-related aspects of BC management and the personal needs and expectations of patients, promoting a more holistic approach.
- - Invites perspectives from a wide range of medical professionals, from oncologists and cardiologists to psychologists and nurses, to engage in open dialogues with patients, offering practical education and crucial support.
- - Provides a wealth of helpful resources (including an appendix) for both patients and their medical caregivers, fostering a comprehensive and supportive approach to managing TNBC.
This book is an informative resource for medical professionals, researchers, and patients, who want to understand the complexities of triple-negative breast cancer and apply current knowledge in their clinical and caregiving practice.
Medical professionals, researchers, and patients