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#ScarsOfStrength – Kathleen’s Story

#ScarsOfStrength – Kathleen’s Story

Scars of Strength Series – Each story is written in the patient’s own words. Please read and share. #ScarsOfStrength – Kathleen’s Story I was diagnosed with metastatic inflammatory breast cancer in Oct 2014, at the age of 29, while pregnant with my son. I...
#ScarsOfStrength – Tracey’s Story

#ScarsOfStrength – Tracey’s Story

Scars of Strength Series – Each story is written in the patient’s own words. Please read and share. #ScarsOfStrength – Tracey’s Story As I stand in front of my husband taking this photo, I am both empowered and terrified but I am laid bare for a cause....
Them

Them

Them a special guest blog post from Debbie There are many names for the two rounded soft parts on the person’s torso; breasts, melons, tatas, cream pies, gems, jugs, rack, knockers, boobies, and many more. I did not develop my breasts until I was 14 years old....
#ScarsOfStrength – Kerry’s Story

#ScarsOfStrength – Kerry’s Story

Scars Of Strength Series – Each story is written in the patient’s own words. Please read and share. #ScarsOfStrength – Kerri’s Story My name is Kerri and I was diagnosed with IBC in May of 2019. I was 48 years old with no family history. I had a clear...
#ScarsOfStrength – Heather’s Story

#ScarsOfStrength – Heather’s Story

I was diagnosed the day before my 39th birthday, in 2003. 17 years on, my face now has many more wrinkles than my scar! Luckily I had a medical team who knew how to treat IBC. Even in 2020, many are not so fortunate so the IBC Network is crucial in the research and...
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