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The Voice of People With Breast Cancer


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Advancements in Care for Triple Negative Breast Cancer

In this webinar Dr. Terry Ng, MD FRCPC, will discuss the latest advancements in care for triple negative breast cancer.

Dr. Terry L. Ng is a full-time medical oncologist at The Ottawa Hospital Cancer Centre, an Assistant Professor at the University of Ottawa, and is a clinician investigator affiliated with the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute. 

His practice is primarily focused on treating patients with breast and brain malignancies, but he has been interested in finding ways to treat and support cancer survivors, especially those diagnosed with more difficult-to-treat cancers like triple negative breast cancer (TNBC).  Lately, he has been involved in using biomarkers like circulating tumor DNA to optimize chemotherapy in early-stage TNBC. He is collaborating with other Canadian experts to leverage the gut microbiome to improve TNBC outcomes. He enjoys and takes pride in training and mentoring the next generation of oncologists that aspire to become clinician investigators.




Key Topic(s):

Tuesday, April 9th, 1:00Pm EST


  • Breast cancer patients
  • Their caregivers, family & partners
  • Healthcare professionals
  • The latest data for new and emerging treatments for early and late stage triple negative breast cancer
  • Insights from recent clinical trials

To register click here.



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