There are limited treatment options for patients with advanced/metastatic, triple-negative breast cancer because commonly used treatments in other breast cancer segments (i.e., hormonal therapies and HER2-targeted therapies) are ineffective in this disease subset. Hence, a high unmet need exists for efficacious targeted therapies for this patient population. Several novel therapies are in development for advanced/metastatic, triple-negative breast cancer; however, historically, it has been difficult for agents to improve outcomes for this hard-to-treat population. Our content examines key drivers of prescribing in this indication and analyses of significant commercial opportunities.


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