I was not aware there was a TNBC day too! Here's the link:
TNBC's are surely on the rise, especially in the young. I was seeing my audit for the last year, and realized that, except for one lady of 76 years, majority of my TNBC patients were in the 24 to 45 age group, with the youngest being 24 years old. Also, there is a higher chance of a genetic mutation in young TNBC patients, as compared to other groups. There is no need to panic and jump to test BRCA (as it's too prohibitively costly here as yet and not supported by insurance) but it is essential to guide all the relatives about methods of early detection and just to brief them of symptoms so that they remain aware.