Terry Arnold | CureTalks
Terry Lynn Arnold was diagnosed with triple negative inflammatory breast cancer in her right breast in August 2007 and a left triple negative contralateral tumor soon after. She had six months of chemotherapy, a double mastectomy and daily radiation treatment for six weeks. The term remission is not applied to IBC patients, but she loves the term “no evidence of disease”NED that is listed next to her name in her medical chart since she completed treatment in June 2008. At the time of her diagnoses she was shocked at how little information was available regarding IBC, and even more shocked at the lack of research and education for this orphaned form of breast cancer first written about in the 1800s. Mrs. Armold formed The IBC Network Foundation, a 501c3 to encourage education and fund research. Hope always is her motto.
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