The Inflammatory Breast Cancer Network Foundation AU wishes to thank you for your donation and supporting our efforts to fund Inflammatory Breast Cancer research! Every gift is vital, and we greatly appreciate your efforts to help end this fatal cancer.

The history of IBC traces back almost 200 years. Sadly, not much more is known today than when Sir Bell first wrote of the disease in 1814. Viewed as rare, this cancer presents at a stage three, tends not to have a lump and has no known form of early detection. Even though IBC is viewed as the most fatal of all breast cancers, this orphaned disease receives almost no research grants. However, your donation will make research possible.

Thank you for helping us, and please tell someone about IBC. No lump, still cancer.