On the path to personalized breast cancer treatments

Ruth Claire Black wasn?t entirely surprised when she was diagnosed with breast cancer six and a half years ago. Her mother had died at age 52 of breast cancer, only two years after she was first diagnosed, Black explained at our recent Fleet Science Center event. New treatments have allowed Black?s story to differ from her mother?s?but as breast cancer experts from Sanford Burnham Prebys and UC San Diego Health explained, there is still a long way to go.?