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TNBCTriple Negative Breast Cancer (oncology)
TNBCThe Nightmare Before Christmas (1993 movie by Tim Burton)
TNBCTanzania National Business Council
TNBCTeen NBC (National Broadcasting Company, NBC)
TNBC'Twas the Night Before Christmas (stage play)
TNBCThe Northern Boys Club (UK)
TNBCThursday Night Book Club
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Results: A total of 35 cases of triple negative breast cancer were included in the study.
On the other hand, basal-like types have poor outcome and these subtypes tend to be triple negative breast cancer (TNBC), meaning that they lack the expression of ER, PR and HER2.
Only around 15 out of every 100 breast cancers are triple negative and researchers have only recently found out about triple negative breast cancer.
The latest progress in research on triple negative breast cancer (TNBC): risk factors, possible therapeutic targets and prognostic markers.
Clinicopathological analyses of triple negative breast cancer using surveillance data from the Registration Committee of the Japanese Breast Cancer Society.
Glimcher's team found that the gene, XBP1, is especially active in triple negative breast cancer, particularly in the progression of malignant cells and their resurgence after treatment.
The show, a Triple Negative Breast Cancer Fund Raiser, begins at 5 p.
Those with invasive triple negative breast cancer, defined as <1% ER, <1% PR expression and Her-2 negative, were then selected for further study.
ISLAMABAD -- A group of scientists have found that triple negative breast cancer has genetic diversity in its tumors, which may change the way it is treated.
100 questions & answers about triple negative breast cancer.
African American women are twice as likely as White women to develop "triple negative" breast cancer, which is a subtype of the disease) Triple negative breast cancer is a type of .