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Support and Education

  • The inflammatory breast cancer (IBC) program acknowledges that a patient's journey with cancer goes beyond their clinical experience. Our program aims to provide comprehensive support services, resources, and educational opportunities.

    Educational Programs

    • Annual Patient Forum: The IBC Patient Forum is an educational program held every spring for patients and families. Led by experts in IBC clinical care and research, the forum offers updates on IBC treatment and a variety of supportive care resources. View presentations and the Q&A panel from our 2nd Annual IBC Forum.
    • Patient Education Support Groups: Held at various points throughout the year, our support groups offer an opportunity to hear up-to-date information on IBC treatment and research from IBC specialists, meet other patients living with IBC, and share in an open dialogue among participants and providers. For more information, please call 617-632-2311.
    • Biannual Newsletter: This informational bulletin provides an overview of new research and events for IBC at Dana-Farber and beyond. View our previous newsletters:

    Support Services

    We understand that inflammatory breast cancer affects more than your body. Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women's Cancer Center (DF/BWCC) provides a wide range of support programs and resources that help you and your family cope with your illness, including complementary therapies such as massage and acupuncture.

    These programs and resources can help you and your family address issues that you may face because of your cancer, or its treatment. Below are some of our selected programs and services.

    For a full list of our support services, you can download Dana-Farber's Supportive Resources brochure.

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  • Inflammatory Breast Cancer Program's 10-Year Celebration and Educational Virtual Forum

    On Saturday, April 24, 2021, the Inflammatory Breast Cancer Program held a virtual forum celebrating and providing patient-care-focused scientific information in the field of inflammatory breast cancer to researchers, physicians, nurses, and patients.