Approximately10-20% of breast cancer patients are diagnosed with triple-negative breast cancer. 100 Questions & Answers About Triple Negative Breast Cancer provides authoritative and practical answers to the most common questions asked by patients and their loved ones. This easy-to-read book is a comprehensive guide to the basics of triple negative breast cancer, risk factors and prevention, diagnosis, treatment, survivorship, and life after diagnosis. Written by renowned medical experts on the topic, 100 Questions & Answers About Triple Negative Breast Cancer is an invaluable resource for anyone coping with the physical and emotional turmoil of this challenging type of breast cancer.
|Publisher:||Jones & Bartlett Learning|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Assistant Professor, Breast Cancer, Lineberger Cancer Center, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Nancy U. Lin, MD, Instructor in Medicine, Hardvard Medical School Breast Oncologist, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, Massachusetts
Table of Contents
Part1 The Basics of Breast Cancer, Specifically Triple Negative Breast Cancer Part2 Risk Factors and Prevention Part3 Inherited Breast Cancer Part4 Diagnosis Part5 Treatment for Early-Stage Triple Negative Breast Cancer Part6 Survivorship: Life After a Diagnosis of Triple Negative Breast Cancer Part7 Natural History of Triple Negative Breast Cancer Part8 Management of Advanced Triple Negative Breast Cancer Part9 Clinical Trials Part10 Crossroads, Making Plans and End-of-Life
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Questions & Answers About Triple Negative Breast Cancer based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
I got this book as it had good reviews on Amazon thought that with my wife just being diagnosed with triple negative I wanted to learn all I could. I ordered for the Nook app on my tablet and even at huge type it's either not supported for larger type or its tiny to begin with. The settings for all my other books is a 10 to 12 font this even at huge setting I can barely read I'd avoid this one as a Nook book