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What’s So Different About Inflammatory Breast Cancer (IBC)?

We’re glad to welcome back Ginny Mason, BSN, RN, Executive Director of the Inflammatory Breast Cancer Research Foundation (ibcRF), for an informative guest post, the second in her 3-part series, about IBC diagnosis and treatment. A few months ago I shared … Continue reading

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Button, Button, Who’s Got the Button for Breast Cancer?

I recently bought some new sweaters because, believe it or not, it really does get cool here in California in the winter! As I was removing them from their packaging, I noticed that they both had a little envelope attached … Continue reading

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The Saga of the Breast Cancer Genes: Real or Science Fiction?

This is one of those things that make you go, “Hmmm…” Last January, I was reading Utne Reader magazine when I came across the article, “Humanoid Rights.” It was about how the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) was studying science fiction … Continue reading

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Vitamin D vs. Breast Cancer

It’s the middle of summer; you’ve probably spent some time in the sun by now — no doubt protected with your SPF 30+. But new research suggests you might want to spend a few minutes of that time un-slathered, to … Continue reading

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