Hi Rexi and Amylou20,
Just a quick post to say yes there are - I'm one of them. Only 2 years so far but reasonably confident that I'm through the worst and can look forward to the future.
I was diagnosed 31/03/10 at the age of 35 with grade 3 IDC (15mm), Triple neg (ER- PR- HER2-), stage 1 (T1c-N0-M0). I also found that I have a genetic mutation: BRCA1(4327C>T) which predisposes me to BC and OvCa,
From April 2010 onwards I had a lumpectomy & SNB followed by Chemo FEC-T. In November one month after the end of chemo I had bi-lateral mastectomies with immediate DIEP (SIEA/MS2-TRAM) reconstruction. One year later I had my ovaries and tubes removed. Now it's just the check-ups and side-effects of menopause to deal with - but as far as I am concerned the cancer is gone (and long may it stay away).
The regime you are on is third-gen, the 'T' (docetaxol / taxotere) are very good for us triple negative peeps and mean it isn't the death sentence that it once was.
I don't visit this site often but I wish you both all the best with your treatment going forwards. Feel free to PM me if you wish and I would reply to those.
Keep the hope 😉