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    10 July 2007

    Do You Know About IBC?

    I received this video clip from my DSIL recently. I was shocked as I'm sure most of you will be too.

    IBC is an acronym for Inflammatory Breast Cancer. Mammograms WILL NOT detect it. It often appears as a rash or bug bite.

    Please take the time to watch the video and alert every woman that you can.

    Click here to watch the original news cast on IBC.

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    6 Comments:

    Blogger Susan said...

    Thanks for letting so many people know. There are just so many things to have checked!

    July 11, 2007 at 11:22 PM  
    Blogger Renea said...

    Kathi Geortzen and Dan Lewis are out of Seattle. ABC did several cometary's and a special program on this subject. If I remember right they received a special "award" for the article.

    Thanks for helping spread the word.

    July 12, 2007 at 10:37 AM  
    Blogger Susan Tuttle said...

    Thank you so much for this very informative and life-saving post!

    Susan
    xo

    July 13, 2007 at 11:39 AM  
    Blogger Gerry said...

    I thank you also for taking the time to look and hopefully to pass the word along!

    July 13, 2007 at 4:45 PM  
    Anonymous Yona said...

    Thanks for the information!

    I would like to share with you another information that could save a life, save from an aneurysmal rupture.
    Information which I received on my email:

    During a Barbecue, Juliette fell. She affirms to the other guests that she is well and it is because of her new shoes. Her friends helped her to sit down and brought a new plate to her. Even if she looked affected, Juliette enjoyed for the rest of the afternoon.
    Juliette's husband phoned later all the friends to say to them that his wife was transported to the hospital. Juliette dies in 18 hours of the continuations of her aneurysmal rupture of the afternoon.
    If the present people had been able to identify the signs of such an accident, Juliette could have been saved.
    Take a few minutes to read this and to perhaps save a life:
    A neurologist says that it can save a victim in the 3 hours which follow the accident.
    To recognize the symptoms:
    The doctors say that a witness can identify the symptoms by asking three very simple questions to the victim:
    1. *to ask him TO SMILE.
    2. *to ask him to raise the TWO ARMS.
    3. *to ask him TO PRONOUNCE a VERY SIMPLE SENTENCE
    (e.g. the sun is splendid today).
    If it has difficulty to do these tasks, call an ambulance and describe the symptoms. According to a cardiologist, if all those which receive this email send it to 10 people, a life at least could be saved.

    Take care of yourselves
    Bye
    Yona

    July 18, 2007 at 6:20 AM  
    Blogger Gerry said...

    Thank you, Yona. I will pass this along also.

    It's such a shame that the medical community has always been so aware of men's issues but are just beginning to understand and recognize women's.

    July 18, 2007 at 9:40 AM  

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