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...
Plans and Goals

Plans and Goals

Plans and GoalsAn update from The IBC Network Foundation The year 2020 has been a challenging one for us all. Many of you have written to us to share joys as well as hardships and we have been listening. Since so many events were canceled due to Covid safety, we were...
#ScarsOfStrength – Kathleen’s Story

#ScarsOfStrength – Kathleen’s Story

Scars of Strength Series – Each story is written in the patient’s own words. Please read and share. #ScarsOfStrength – Kathleen’s Story I was diagnosed with metastatic inflammatory breast cancer in Oct 2014, at the age of 29, while pregnant with my son. I...
#ScarsOfStrength – Tracey’s Story

#ScarsOfStrength – Tracey’s Story

Scars of Strength Series – Each story is written in the patient’s own words. Please read and share. #ScarsOfStrength – Tracey’s Story As I stand in front of my husband taking this photo, I am both empowered and terrified but I am laid bare for a cause....
Them

Them

Them a special guest blog post from Debbie There are many names for the two rounded soft parts on the person’s torso; breasts, melons, tatas, cream pies, gems, jugs, rack, knockers, boobies, and many more. I did not develop my breasts until I was 14 years old....

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