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STRIKES Against Cancer 2022

STRIKES Against Cancer 2022

The IBC Network Foundation Presents A Bowling Fundraiser 2022STRIKES Against CancerThis Is How We Roll The James Cancer Hospital’s Stefanie Spielman Comprehensive Breast Center recently launched an inflammatory breast cancer (IBC) program. The IBC program is the first...
How can one person make a difference?

How can one person make a difference?

We often post stories to our social media pages about inflammatory breast cancer and get comments like “we need to do more.”  Yes, we do. You may be thinking that as just one person there is nothing you can do that will make a significant difference.  Have you ever...

What is the good in transparency?

(This video has inspired a series of articles that we will be posting as they are written.) Video transcript: This is going to be a little bit of a tough conversation and I try to keep the things I say brief. This one though, I don’t know how I can keep it...
Translational Science 2022 Scientific Program

Translational Science 2022 Scientific Program

Terry Arnold is participating in the Translational Science 2022 Scientific Program in Chicago this week. She will be participating in the prestention with Duke University called Rare2Care: Community Engaged Research Model to Address Rare Cancer Health Disparities....
Standard of Care Needed in All Communities

Standard of Care Needed in All Communities

Video Transcription: “Hello. I normally get up really early and get to work about things with the IBC Network. But this morning I overslept and I haven’t even made it out of my bedroom yet, but I’ve been busy all morning hearing from people that are...
Stephanie’s Story of Hope

Stephanie’s Story of Hope

Stephanie was diagnosed in 2019 at the age of 35 and is currently NED. She credits her family and friends for getting her through treatment. They drove or flew in to help, the meal train setup by her coworker and the donations. And of course, lots and lots of prayers....
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...
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