Patients, family, caregivers and friends have submitted stories to the Inflammatory Breast Cancer Research Foundation. These stories are provided for purposes of encouragement and sometimes even humor. Not all of these writers are finished with their treatments. These are their stories in their own words. They can provide hope and reflect their joy in spite of being thrown into the unknown territory of the IBC community.
Inspirational stories of hope, help, and memories:
Anne Abate, Anya Silver, Calli Armstrong, CLB, Jackie Arnold, Sonja Brady, Dolores Briere, Kathy Casey’s Mother, Theresa Corbin, Linda Cox, Laney Cummings, Terri Gaulkin’s Mother, Dorothy (Dottie) Geary, Noreen Grasse, Lesa Graybill, Nancy Gruici, Shawn Hupp, Phyllis Johnson, Jerry’s Wife, Laurie Lee, Gayla Little, Susan Lonon, Margaret Lucy, Jean Lyles, Cathy McEvoy, Kay McQueen, Chari Marron, Ginny Mason, Jo Pabon’s Mother, Peggy, Linda Rush, Liz San Roman, Sandy Savin, Doracina Smith’s Husband, Lee Smith, Sherry Smith, Bärbel Stanley, Kate Strosser, Trisha Tester, Debbie Van De Reit, Sarah Zander.
What You Can Do For Me by Trisha Tester
“I have noticed that people don’t always know what to say to me any more, or what to do to help. Most people are loving, caring souls who really do want to help, but have no clue what I need. To try to help you help me, I have made a list.”