Milford, Michigan 48381
Common IBC Symptoms:
Things You need to know:
Mammograms usually don't pick up IBC because so often there is no lump.
Why - Reason #1
Doctors misdiagnose Inflammatory Breast Cancer as a breast infection or mastitis.
Why - Reason #2
We need to push this message across the country.
Our group of dedicated advocates are, and a brief message about each one of us.
These are TIPS that doctors and patients have given to people dealing with first symptoms of Inflammatory Breast Cancer, plus TIPS from patients who have gone through chemotherapy.
The information contained on the 'eraseibc.com' web site is presented for the purpose of educating people on Inflammatory Breast Cancer. Nothing contained on this web site should be construed nor is intended to be used for medical diagnosis or treatment. It should not be used in place of the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider. Should you have any health care related questions, please call or see your physician or other qualified health care provider promptly.
Education is the MOST powerful tool in the fight against misdiagnosis and improper treatment of Inflammatory Breast Cancer.
Our Foundation's mission is to educate the public and the medical community when needed, that this form of breast cancer is different and is rarely picked up by mammograms.
Towards this mission, the third
Wednesday of the month our
radio show, called
IBC FACT & FALLACIES,
will dispel the myths and help educate our listeners.
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"Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass....It's about learning to dance in the rain"
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Donations to the Inflammatory Breast Cancer Foundation will further our goals of education and international awareness, thus allowing our combined voices to advocate for "appropriate research" in the field of diagnosing and treating this terrible disease.
Regular mail donations would also be kindly accepted by mail at:
The Inflammatory Breast Cancer Foundation
P.O. Box 16
Milford, Michigan 48381
We are a Federal 501(c)(3) charity.
EIN # 26-0668563
Email the Foundation with any questions or comments at:
To talk to someone regarding the foundation, please leave a message on our toll free line. A representative from the foundation will return your call promptly.
Click Here to go to IBC Support. There you will find supportive people on the forums, where you can share and learn from others about inflammatory breast cancer, first hand.
Sharing, Caring and Helping is what makes the difference.
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