U-M Rogel recently conducted a study which provides an updated, more comprehensive look at trends for inflammatory breast cancer over the last four decades. In the article, Women with Inflammatory Breast Cancer Are Living Longer, But the Gap Between White and Black Patients Persists, senior author Sofia Merajver, M.D., Ph.D., director of the Breast and Ovarian Cancer Risk and Evaluation Program at the Rogel Cancer Center says “We owe a lot to the long-term survivors and tireless advocates who have raised awareness about IBC within the general public as well as the medical community.”
Terry Arnold, founder of The IBC Network Foundation, was interviewed for the article. Please read the complete article here.
If you are interested in becoming an inflammatory breast cancer advocate, register for The IBC Learning Academy. It is a rigorous two-day course with the objective of training devoted Inflammatory Breast Cancer advocates. The live course will be presented Friday, October 23 and Saturday, October 24, 2020. After that date, the course will be evergreen so it can be viewed at your convenience.