Musical Rapture – A Healing Gift to Humanity by Frederic Delarue Link to listen to the music or download it (FREE): http://fredericdelarue.com/free-healing-music.html Here is a music that accompanied me from the suspicion of inflammatory breast cancer on July 26, 2013 until my bilateral modified radical mastectomy on March 6, 2014. Continue readingMusical Rapture – A Healing Gift to Humanity
The vast majority of breast cancers are not hereditary. Only 5-10% are due to genetic mutation. It is not because there are many cases of cancer in a family that there is automatically a genetic mutation. In addition, there are genetic mutations that do not influence the risk of developing Continue readingHereditary Breast Cancer
Breast cancer is said hormone-dependent when the cancer cells have receptors that enable them to obtain estrogen or progesterone and be nourished by them. Although we usually speak of hormonal therapy, it is in fact an anti-hormone therapy. After breast cancer, the goal is to block the action of hormones Continue readingHormone therapy after breast cancer
The therapeutic tools are the same as for other forms of breast cancer. What changes with inflammatory breast cancer is the order of treatments, the type of operation proposed and the size of the area to be irradiated. Here is the standard of care for stage 3 inflammatory breast cancer: Continue readingTreatments : standard of care for inflammatory breast cancer
Have you heard about inflammatory breast cancer? Symptoms resemble mastitis without fever. It develops rapidly, is aggressive, generally without a lump and can be misdiagnosed. Learn what it is, symptoms and screening by reading the excellent text, translated and reprinted here, from the leaflet created by Suzanne Lemay (in French). Continue readingInflammatory breast cancer, do you know it?
I was thinking about starting a blog for several months already. Why ? Because inflammatory breast cancer (IBC) is still unrecognized today and I do not find it normal that no one talks about it. Because when I was diagnosed in 2013, I would have liked to find more information Continue readingWhy this blog… ?