Announcing the New IBC Program at Ohio State

Announcing the New IBC Program at Ohio State

(From lt to rt) Dr. Maggie Gatti-Mays, Dr. Dione Quiroga, Dr. Nicole Williams, Terry Arnold, Carol Mikel, Dr. Ashley Pariser, Dr. Daniel Stover It’s official! Ohio State has announced their inflammatory breast cancer program. We are glad to say our Ohio donors...
A Non-Scientist at a Breast Cancer Conference

A Non-Scientist at a Breast Cancer Conference

Guest blog by Carol Mikel I have worked with the IBC Network Foundation for over three years, with the last two years under Covid restrictions when we couldn’t have in-person events. This year things have opened back up and we were able to attend the two major...

The Ongoing Lymphedema Journey

The IBC Network Foundation founder Terry Arnold has chronicled her journey with lymphedema through social media posts. Here we have pulled them all together one article for you to follow.  View this post on Instagram A post shared by The IBC Network Foundation...
Bad News 101 by Meg Senuta

Bad News 101 by Meg Senuta

An IBC sister Meg Senuta, wrote an essay in Creative Nonfiction that has been Nominated for a Pushcart Prize. The article, Bad News 101, is about empathy training to help medical students sit with uncertainty. It’s very real and raw. “Creative Nonfiction...
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