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Sue’s Story of Hope

Sue’s Story of Hope

Sharing some hope from our friend Sue, who by the way didn’t have the best response to treatment.  She is one of the reasons we can say “Hope Always”. This is how I kicked off my 13th year of survival. I was diagnosed a day after my birthday. I call...
Moms, babes and hope

Moms, babes and hope

Moms, babes and hope We are grateful Kelly was willing to share her story with us… Four months into my pregnancy I started to notice changes in the skin of my breast. I initially thought this was just normal hormonal pregnancy changes. As the next few months...
IBC survivor, Bo Smith, gives birth

IBC survivor, Bo Smith, gives birth

‘I can’t begin to explain how this feels to breastfeed my son, after losing one breast to cancer, and being told I may not ever have this sweet boy in my arms.’Every now and then we get to share happy news with our readers and this is one of those times; IBC survivor...

Christin’s story

Hi there, I’m Christin! I’m honored to write a guest post for the IBC Network Foundation. In early 2015, at 34 years old, I was diagnosed with Stage 4 Inflammatory Breast Cancer. I have twin daughters, who were not yet three, and I had given birth to my son just five...
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