The Inflammatory Breast Cancer International Consortium (IBC-IC) was founded to foster collaboration among inflammatory breast cancer researchers and clinicians. The focus of our collaboration is to advance the leading research, education and information that will lead to the best outcomes and cures for IBC throughout the world.
The IBC Network Foundation is dedicated to funding research regarding Inflammatory Breast Cancer, and to providing an avenue to network proactive education to the general population as well as the medical community regarding Inflammatory Breast Cancer.
The IBC Research Foundation is dedicated to improving the lives of those touched by inflammatory breast cancer through the power of action and advocacy, and to fostering innovative inflammatory breast cancer research, educating stakeholders, and tirelessly advocating for both patients and survivors.
The Union Baptist Church of Durham has been a spiritual home for Durham community members since its founding in 1897. The church’s ministries include health and wellness, cancer support, and caregiver support.
Sunflower DPC provides direct primary care, a model of care where for a low monthly fee patients can enjoy high-quality and lower-cost healthcare without surprise per-visit fees. For many with no health insurance coverage or high deductibles, having this kind of access to a primary care provider without copays makes it easier to decide to see the doctor when needed.
LATIN-19 provides a critical space for leaders and allies in North Carolina to create collaborative and interdisciplinary solutions to address the health disparities in the Latina community in a trusting and committed environment. Piedmont Heath works to improve the health and well-being of the community by providing high-quality, affordable, and comprehensive primary health care. They provide medical services, dental care, on-site pharmacy, behavioral health, and nutritional help.The
University of Antwerp and Sint Augustine Hospital, Antwerp, Belgium Steven Van Laere, PhD, Dr. Peter Van Dam
MD Anderson Morgan Welch Inflammatory Breast Cancer Center
Precision Oncology and Translational Oncology, Marseille Cancer Research Center
Indian Institute of Science North Carolina Central University
The Duke NCCU Bridge Office at Duke Clinical and Translational Science Institute connects Duke and NCCU with opportunities for multidisciplinary collaborations and ensures that faculty, investigators, and trainees at all career levels have access to core resources and services to do innovative research.
Duke Advanced Practice Leadership Institute is a one-year experiential leadership development program trains advanced practice nurses, physician assistants and other non-physician providers who have graduate-level education and training) and their team members to be health equity leaders who thrive in interprofessional teams and are able to lead transformational projects to improve the health of patients, the resiliency of providers, the efficacy of health care systems, and the strength of communities.
The Cancer and Environment Program
Emerging evidence suggests the role of environmental chemicals, in particular endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs), in breast cancer incidence, progression, and treatment resistance, which can impact survival outcomes. The Cancer and Environment Program employs a multi-scale approach - using tools from epidemiology, exposure analysis, and molecular cell biology - to study the interactions between breast cancer and the environment toward an integrated analysis.