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Why in the world is Dr. Harness' video still up (and now recirculating the internet) after you removed it?

By Anonymous August 23, 2011 - 8:46am
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His statements on "What Causes IBC (Inflammatory Breast Cancer) are so shockingly bad I am amazed you still have it up on your site.
There are so many "specialists" in this field that you COULD interview, why do you stay with this ??

Patti Bradfield, President
The Inflammatory Breast Cancer Foundation

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The video in question, I realized too late after sending the above note to EmpowerHer, came from a site not related to this site. Lessons learned that what goes up on the internet, stays there in some form and can be obtained, even if the content has been removed by the original source. In this case the original source was here, and was removed a year ago.
Working with the staff of this site has been very worthwhile and helpful for many people seeking information that can Empower us all.
Thank you to the staff at EmpowerHer for being pro-active with this video from the beginning.
Patti Bradfield, President
The Inflammatory Breast Cancer Foundation

August 24, 2011 - 3:35pm

Thanks to Patti Bradfield for asking the question that many of us wanted answered. As a 4-yr survivor of IBC and a volunteer with the Inflammatory Breast Cancer Foundation (www.eraseibc.com), I work hard to get correct information out to the general public and the medical professionals who have no clue about IBC. Please check our website for the signs and symptoms of IBC. The only delay in getting a correct diagnosis was the lack of knowledge on the part of my medical professionals. I did my research and it's a shame they didn't.

August 24, 2011 - 11:31am
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