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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...
A Letter to My Kids

A Letter to My Kids

Terry Arnold, Founder of The IBC Network Foundation, wrote a note to her kids that we wanted to share here: I wanted to send this out because it’s almost time for open enrollment. You may have an option to get an additional cancer policy on top of your medical...
Dealing With Holiday Stress and IBC

Dealing With Holiday Stress and IBC

Guest Blog by Martha Van Dam, MS, LMHC, NCC Holidays can be times of excitement and happiness, but they can also be times of extra stress and pressure, especially when dealing with cancer or recovering from cancer. Please take care of yourself during this busy time...
Surgical lymphedema treatment: 8 things to know

Surgical lymphedema treatment: 8 things to know

Lymphedema is an issue many of our readers struggle with. MD Anderson posted an article in their June 2022 Cancerwise issue that you will find helpful. READ THE ARTICLE HERE As most of you know our founder Terry Arnold has undergone surgery for her lymphedema, first...
SPIN For a Cause

SPIN For a Cause

UPDATE: The event was well attended and raised over $12,000! In honor of Deanna Ireland (Balerno), sister of AIG employee Chelsea Thorpe and dear friend to many, the family of Deanna has created an event that will help fund inflammatory breast cancer research. SPIN...
Marissa’s Story

Marissa’s Story

Age Diagnosed with IBC: 27 Year of Diagnosis: 2015 Current Status: NED/Remission I was diagnosed 5 weeks after giving birth to my daughter. My cancer presented itself 3 weeks prior to delivery. I had what looked like two bug bites on my left breast that hurt very bad...
Nina’s Story of Hope

Nina’s Story of Hope

Age Diagnosed with IBC: 44 Year of Diagnosis: 1996 Current Status: Cancer free I am a 26 years survivor of IBC. I was diagnosed in Aug of 1996 at age 44. You can do the math. I am proud to tell you all I am 70 years young. In those days, it was staged as a 3B cancer....
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