Our breast cancer experts aren’t afraid of a challenge
We don’t mind a challenge. That’s why our researchers are tackling the most difficult-to-treat types of breast cancer.
The research physicians and laboratory scientists within our Vera Bradley Foundation Center for Breast Cancer Research are not afraid of a challenge. Their goal is to cure the most aggressive forms of this disease. The road to a cure starts with learning how and why breast cancer develops, how it behaves in women at all life’s stages, and how it uniquely affects women from different racial and ethnic groups.
We seek better outcomes for patients by exploring the genetics that drive tumors, learning what makes tumors more susceptible to treatment, and devising therapies to help defeat breast cancer while avoiding toxic side effects.