Early research leads to positive outlook for patients with aggressive triple-negative breast cancer

Brenda Berchtold drives six hours to Baltimore every three weeks from Erie, Pa., to keep her standing as medical marvel.

First diagnosed with hard-to-cure “triple-negative” breast cancer in 1986 that returned and spread, Berchtold has been in remission since trying an experimental immune therapy at the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins.

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