Breast cancer occurs when normal cells of the breast begin to grow and divide at an unregulated pace. Consequently, these cancer cells can become malignant, and they can invade and spread to different areas of the body. 

What is Metastatic Triple Negative Breast Cancer? 

Metastatic cancer is a cancer that has spread from the part of the body where it started to other parts of the body. The spread of cancer to a new part of the body is called metastasis.

A triple negative breast cancer diagnosis means that the tumor is:

  • estrogen receptor-negative, and
  • progesterone receptor-negative, and
  • HER2-negative

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