What are the best web sites to learn more about inflammatory breast cancer as well as keep up with the latest research?

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IBCResearchFoundation (Organization (Verified) ) - 11 / 01 / 2011

Of course we would suggest the Inflammatory Breast Cancer Research Foundation, www.ibcresearch.org, which would include the website, Facebook page, and e-newsletter. Content is regularly updated and reviewed for accuracy and usefulness.

For current medical journal articles it is always best to go to PubMed and type in "inflammatory breast cancer" to locate the most recently published articles. Unfortunately those are often in subscription only journals so you may only be able to read the abstract but can contact the corresponding author for more information.

The National Cancer Institute has a good fact sheet:

Many major medical centers have information about inflammatory breast cancer and those who see more cases may have some research data as well as clinical trials.

It's important to be cautious when exploring the internet for health related information. Not all websites have physician overview and may contain more personal opinion than unbiased medical information.
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