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The Vision of Fighting 4 the Tatas Breast Cancer Inc., Program “Fighting Inflammatory Breast Cancer” is to push through the medical bias facing Black women and women of color trying to stay alive with a diagnosis of Inflammatory (IBC), Triple Negative (IBC), Her2 Positive IBC, or Metastatic IBC. To one day stop the misdiagnosing, delays in diagnosis and treatment Black women and women of color receive. To make sure all test and treatments given are the same whether a Black woman or a White woman. To educate the general public, doctors, hospitals, medical clinics, women, teens, and men about a breast cancer with NO LUMP
To increase public awareness through public speaking, Panel Discussion, Question and Answer Sessions, Poster Session/Presentations, trade shows, educational brochures, a cutting-edge website, social media, radio shows, television, in person interviews in order to reach as many women and men as possible to spread the word there is more than one type of breast cancer to change the idea that all breast cancers present with a lump. our vision is to make a difference in the fight against all Breast Cancers. We offer emotional help for women and men during and after breast cancer treatment.
Our vision is to also help educate communities that despite all the incorrect statistics about Black women dying before a white woman, there is a bright future because of our advocacy as an organization and by working together with some top medical doctors and researchers that see our contribution to this deadly form of breast cancer earlier than stage IIIB. This is not acceptable. In our 11 years of being a non-profit breast cancer resource we have met Countless women fighting their own health care physicians to get a proper diagnosis and follow-up treatment.
Through education and awareness, this can change.
Fighting 4 the Tatas Breast Cancer Organization is operating under the following core values:
Our goal is to replace fear with facts and empower women with information. Most of all, we want women, men, and their families to know that you do not have to have a LUMP to have breast cancer.