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

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

UPDATE: We are saddened to hear about the death of Deanna on May 19, 2022, from inflammatory breast cancer. Her obituary can be found here.   Guest blog by Deanna:   I was originally misdiagnosed with Mastitis during my pregnancy.  I knew I was BRCA+ from...
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...
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...
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