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How can I be 31, pregnant, and have cancer?

How can I be 31, pregnant, and have cancer?

Guest blog by Deanna: I was originally misdiagnosed with Mastitis during my pregnancy.  I knew I was BRCA+ from the time I was 24.  My mother was diagnosed with breast cancer at 38, and my older sister was also BRCA+. I had the regular screenings (MRI, MAMMO) but...
TODAY I WALK

TODAY I WALK

I am so happy I was able to walk in Dana’s Farber’s Jimmy Walk to raise funds for Team IBC. They are still accepting donations until the end of the month. On the Team IBC page it says 100% of funds raised through Team IBC will support IBC research. Read below to see...
2021 Lindsay Thul Memorial Golf Outing

2021 Lindsay Thul Memorial Golf Outing

The 2021 Lindsay Thul Memorial Golf Outing was held Friday, September 24, 2021 at Glynns Creek Golf Course. Last week we received the following message from the family of Lindsay Thul: Because our family believes in the good work you are doing at the IBC Network...
STRIKES Against Cancer Update

STRIKES Against Cancer Update

An Update on the STRIKES Against Cancer Event Dear Friends, The inaugural Strikes Against Cancer – This is How We Roll event was a huge success! Co-sponsored by The Lori Gill Grennan family and the IBC Network Foundation, the event was held at Gahanna Lanes...
We Will Continue the Hunt for Hope

We Will Continue the Hunt for Hope

  We Will Continue the Hunt for Hope A special guest blog post from Brittany: I don’t dwell on cancer; it takes plenty of time away all on its own. I do however enjoy sharing my experience with others and reading the experience of others, the comfort and hope a...
STRIKES Against Cancer

STRIKES Against Cancer

The IBC Network Foundation PresentsA Bowling Fundraiser Proceeds will benefit the Stefanie Spielman Comprehensive Breast Center’s Inflammatory Breast Cancer Program The James Cancer Hospital’s Stefanie Spielman Comprehensive Breast Center is launching an inflammatory...
19 Days: Alessandra’s Story

19 Days: Alessandra’s Story

19 Days: Alessandra’s Story   Alessandra was 14 weeks pregnant when she noticed one of her breasts was slightly swollen, the first sign that something was wrong.  Just 19 days later she was diagnosed stage 4 inflammatory breast cancer. In That 6 Letter Word...
Important: Mammograms After COVID-19 Vaccination

Important: Mammograms After COVID-19 Vaccination

Important: Mammograms After COVID-19 Vaccination If you have received the COVID-19 vaccination or are planning to, this release from The Society of Breast Imaging has some important information for you. Basically, the concept applies to all cancer patients or those...
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