Monday, January 24, 2011

Triple Negative Breast Cancer makes the front page in the Austin-American Statesman

Great news from our local network of doctors.

Austin American Statesman article

"This is the most compelling development in breast cancer in the last five years," she said. "I had a patient come here from Puerto Rico to get access to this trial."

"Breast cancer experts not connected to the study greeted the results with excitement mixed with caution. For a cancer that is difficult to treat, iniparib shows great potential — provided the results are confirmed by the final, phase 3 trial, they said. Patients are still in that trial, and results will be out later this year, Patt said.


Jude said...

More awesome news, every bit of progress made means so much!

Anonymous said...

Cured of TNBC!
I want to take this time out as a cancer survivor to encourage women out there still suffering from this with my story on how i got a cure. The sad news about it is that i was diagnosed on my 36th birthday in 2008 and with stage 3 TNBC which after i made research was a very aggressive form of cancer at that point i decided and told myself i was going to die and that the end has finally come. All my life i never thought of having breast cancer because i was very active and i worked out at the gym several times every week and my diet was okay. In my search for a cure after 6 years of diagnosis and even after chemo which i did twice spending thousands of dollars but to no avail, until a church member told me all about Dr Aleta a herbal doctor that specializes in treating TNBC, who could help me with a permanent cure, i doubted this at first but i later gave it a try following her methods and instructions. It took 3 months and after it all i felt normal but still went for diagnosis and i was clean today i am proud to say i am a cancer survivor no nodes and i am totally free the new diagnosis confirmed it. Do not die in silence or ignorance reach her on don't be shy just speak to her today.