Welcome to Triple Negative

Welcome to this first blog post for Triple Negative. You or a loved one must have been diagnosed with this condition. We hope to help expand your knowledge in this area and help you make better treatment decisions. Remember that even patients with Triple Negative Cancer still have a good prognosis, particularly if in the early stages.

Over the ensuing weeks and months I will have multiple guest contributors from prestigious institutions who are experts in their field. They will participate with blog posts and advice in multiple aspects of the disease. I will post to social media when new and exciting information comes available so I hope you follow us on our channels.

If you would like to provide us your e-mail I will forward you our newsletter and new blog posts so you can be up to date with the latest advances. Your information will not be provided, sold or shared with anybody. I understand that being diagnosed with cancer is a challenging time in life. I see it every day with my patients and I marvel at their courage, resolve and resiliency. You too, will be able to manage your disease with the help of your doctors and family. It is a journey you didn’t choose to take, but with perseverance and successful treatments you will safely arrive at your destination.

William L. Diehl, M.D.

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William L Diehl, MD

Morristown Medical Center, Summit Medical Group Dr. Diehl is a surgical oncologist and breast surgeon specializing in the treatment of breast cancer. He has a special interest and expertise in triple negative breast cancer. He is the medical director of the Summit Medical Group Breast Center, past medical director of the Saint Clare’s Hospital Breast Center and past director of the Morristown Medical Center multidisciplinary breast cancer panel. He served on the NJ governor’s task force on breast cancer and also on the NJ COVID 19 Breast Cancer Task Force. He is on the surgical faculty at Morristown Medical Center where he is involved in the teaching of surgical residents.


  1. Monique Washington on May 17, 2020 at 10:56 pm

    Excited about learning more about this disease

  2. Lucie Herring on May 18, 2020 at 2:04 am

    I would like to be added to the TN newsletter and blog notification. Thanks!!