This Grand Rounds series focuses on educating, informing, and empowering clinicians involved in the care of patients with triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC) to positively impact the racial/ethnic disparities that negatively impact Black women. Our faculty will explore strategies that promote equitable care and outcomes for all patients; evaluate the role of antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs) in TNBC; and discuss the rapidly evolving clinical practice guidelines, safety and efficacy data of novel therapies, and practical ADC management strategies to anticipate and mitigate adverse events.
Join our expert faculty for this 60-minute program that will help you understand the complexity of TNBC and the far-reaching racial disparities intrinsic to the disease.
Rita Nanda, MD, specializes in the treatment of all forms of breast cancer. Dr. Nanda’s practice focuses on women with triple-negative, hereditary, locally advanced and metastatic breast cancers. She is a strong advocate of using chemotherapy prior to surgery (neoadjuvant chemotherapy) to better understand how an individual’s tumor responds to therapy, so that treatment can be tailored to each patient’s unique case.
This is a live webcast addressing emerging therapeutic options for gastric, GEJ, and EAC cancers. This activity will address PD-L1 expression and its impact on treatment selection and sequencing, as well as the role of interprofessional care in managing irAEs.