October 23, 2015
Quarter Mania at Splash Kingdom-Water Park
1101 California Street
Redlands, Ca 92374
Help us make
October 3rd a National IBC Day
It takes a village!
Explore inside our Resources
page for various Resources,
Research and Clinics.
As our knowledge progresses, our belief's must change to accommodate new information, no matter how much
this challenges long-held beliefs and no matter how much we do not like the answer. -Joshlyn Earls (Founder)
November 2, 2015
Fundraiser Dinner Night at Shakey's Pizza Parlor
16940 Slover Ave
Fontana, CA. 92337
from 4:00 pm to 8:00pm
* You must
present a flyer
to your waiter or waitress for proceeds to come to Fighting 4 the Tatas
The color PINK is soon approaching, as October has been designated Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Sadly, PINK is NOT the color of the deadliest of breast cancers, Inflammatory Breast Cancer (IBC), as it is RED and sometimes black and blue. During the month of October, millions of people will be told about the dangers of Breast Cancer and the need for more awareness and prevention, but nothing will be mentioned about Inflammatory Breast Cancer even though it kills faster and is nearly impossible to treat successfully. The truth is Mammograms cannot detect IBC. There is NO such thing as early detection for IBC. By the time a woman (and some men) ‘sees' that their breast is swollen, they are already Stage IIIB on the cancer scale, which is the earliest a diagnosis of IBC can be made. There are only four stages to any cancer.
IBC is not talked about, written about nor advertised by the large breast cancer organizations. These same organizations push mammograms as the ultimate diagnostic tool in this 'war' they so proudly march and run for in October, collecting millions of dollars for supposed research that will result in a cure. This is unacceptable and must be stopped!
The new color is RED! As October approaches, Sadly, PINK is NOT the color of ALL breast cancers.
Inflammatory Breast Cancer
is aggressive and the most lethal than
any other type of Breast Cancer.
Its the breast cancer that a
Mammogram cannot detect!
We offer many programs
that help assist and
empower women, men
and families affected by Breast Cancer.