Hi- I am also a 2 year survivor of triple negative BC. there is a lot of information online on www.tnbcfoundation.org you may find this helpful. i went through neo adjuvant chemo, then surgery, then radiation, then physical therapy etc. I do have a lot of lingering effects from some of the clinical trial drugs i was given. the advice i can give you is to not lose hope, read, read, and read more online as much as possible. i found it helpful to learn as much as i could. You are Number 1. Never lose hope. Maintain a balance in your life for example stress is not healthy for any cancer survivor. eat well, stay away from sugar and meats. Even when you read about how aggressive the cancer is, never lose hope because i believe lots of people survive this.View Thread
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