And to make matters worse, you understand from your doctor that it’s triple negative, which is a tougher type of breast cancer. In the fog that often happens to people after being told they have cancer, you don’t remember what else your doctor said, but now you want to know more. After a little digging, you discover that triple negative breast cancer (TNBC) is one of the rarer types of cancers, affecting only about 15% of breast cancer patients. You also discover that your treatment options are limited, and hormone therapies do not work. The silver lining in this sea of bad news is that advancements in the treatment of cancer are being made every day, and you still have the ability to take affect your health by eating right and being physically active.