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IBC FACTS​​

  • IBC is entirely different from other types of breast cancer – as a result, the symptoms, prognosis, and outcomes all require specific, customized attention.


  • There are an estimated 15,000- 20,000 new cases of Inflammatory Breast Cancer (IBC) diagnosed annually, According to Dr. Massino Cristofanilli.  


Please Help Us STOP this Tragedy!

No one woman will have all of the signs, and some may only have a few, a rash in most cases can be missed in darker skin tones, lighter skin tones will show quickly.  Everyone is different, we need the doctors to know what they are looking at.

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If any signs are present on or about the breast or surrounding area CONSULT A DOCTOR!.

Fighting 4 the Tatas Breast Cancer inc, an all-volunteer group of mostly breast cancer patients from stage 3b or higher has been fighting eight years in the pursuit of bringing reconnection to this lethal subtype of breast cancer Inflammatory Breast Cancer (IBC) a clinical diagnosis- misdiagnosed as an infection called mastitis.  We have achieved to date:

  • 1 - California Senate Resolution No: 641 by Honorable Norma J. Torres            June 21, 2014 - 32nd District
  • 1 - California Senate Resolution SCR-97 by Honorable Connie M. Leyva           March 2, 2018 - 20th Senatorial District District
  • 1 - Assembly California Legislature Resolution ACR-94 - May, 2019 - by           Assembly Member Eloise Gomez Reyes - 47th Assembly District
  • 1- California Federation of Women's Club Resolution 2019

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Fighting 4 the Tatas Breast Cancer Organization is a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

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