Building a Community Amongst Peers
All breast cancer isn’t the same, and invasive lobular carcinoma (ILC), also know as lobular breast cancer, is a unique subtype of the disease. Many women diagnosed with ILC and their loved ones have found their way to the Lobular Breast Cancer Alliance (LBCA) and want to help build a community among peers. They want to share the most current information about ILC detection, treatment, and clinical trials with others. They also want to raise awareness about this common, yet understudied breast cancer type that desperately needs more research. Through their videos and personal stories, we are educating others, raising awareness about ILC and LBCA as a resource, and advocating for more research.
Honoring Those with Lobular Breast Cancer
LBCA asked individuals to record themselves talking about moms and others in their lives who have had an ILC diagnosis. These are their stories.
Are you interested in sharing a video telling us about your mother or another loved one who had a lobular breast cancer diagnosis and the importance of ILC awareness, education, and research? Please email email@example.com to request more information on how to submit your video. For more information about lobular breast cancer or to make a gift visit lobularbreastcancer.org.
Women Telling Their ILC Stories
LBCA is thankful for women who have been diagnosed with ILC and others who want to write about their experiences with lobular breast cancer. Reading their stories is so important to those going through their own journey with ILC.
Are you interested in telling others about your own lobular breast cancer story? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request more information on how to submit your story. For more information about lobular breast cancer or to make a gift visit lobularbreastcancer.org.
Metastatic Lobular Breast Cancer Videos
Here All Year 2021
These videos are part of the Metastatic Breast Cancer Alliance’s Here All Year campaign. Breast Cancer Awareness Month is just October, but people with metastatic breast cancer are Here All Year.