Inflammatory Breast Cancer Pictures

Inflammatory Breast Cancer PicturesInflammatory breast cancer pictures - To inform the mature visitors to this web site, we present a photographic example of inflammatory breast cancer, metastatic skin, and more. Inflammatory breast cancer Research Foundation to thank these women to share their photos with the IBC community. These photos are frank. (Photos from inflammatory breast cancer Symptoms check here)

These photos show the typical visual clinical symptoms that appear at the time of diagnosis, before treatment. Remember there are often non-visual symptoms including itching, pain, and thickening of the skin. Photos from IBC Skin Metastasis check here

These photos depict what is commonly called skin Mets (metastases). The first photographs of early skin mets, others more sophisticated leather case mets. Since IBC is in the skin lymphatic channels, local/regional recurrence on the skin is not uncommon, even after the radiation treatment. The journey of a woman with inflammatory breast cancer checks here

Follow one woman from before his diagnosis of Inflammatory breast cancer in 2009 through chemotherapy, radiation, surgery and post-treatment in 2011. He would like to remain anonymous. The following is his journey. Complete with photographs taken along the way. These photos were frank, they were taken before the diagnosis, during chemotherapy, before mastectomy surgery, radiation signs, immediately post-war radiation, 16 days post radiation, and the end of the healing of the chest wall. Inflammatory breast cancer Research Foundation would like to thank him for sharing your stories and photos with the IBC community. Krysti and Gamma Knife check here

Meet Krysti, was diagnosed with bilateral (both breasts) metastatic inflammatory breast cancer in 2005, which showed that treatment of small brain metastases, not one horrible procedure some imagine it to be. From the first step are mounted for halo, for post treatment, Krysti share photos and comments with his usual good humor and wonderful smile. Read more about Krysti in June 2012 periodic reports. Whole Brain Radiation please look here and breast cancer story. This photo shows an IBC patients ready to have whole brain radiation. The hope is to reduce some of the fear of this procedure.