Media Update

Media update!

Washington, D.C.’s Fox 5 news will air our story about inflammatory breast cancer — what to watch for, and how to fight it — at 6:00 p.m. next Wednesday, October 24! 

In fact, they’ve invited me to liveblog it from their studios and answer questions during the broadcast!  So next Wednesday, I’ll be online live in the early evening, answering questions and liveblogging right here!

I’m so excited. 

This is another success in our efforts to get the word out about the early symptoms of inflammatory breast cancer!  I’ll post a link to the video after it hits their web site — wish me luck with the liveblogging bit, and come back and join the party at 6 (U.S. Eastern) next Wednesday!

P.S.  Daddy’s home.  Are there two more beautiful words in the English language?  After a long week of business (him) and toddlerdom (me), once again, all is well with the world.  Welcome home, sweetheart.


10 Responses to Media Update

  1. Robin says:

    Wow, that’s awesome! I hope they put a link on their website – 6pm is the middle of the night for me.

  2. ree says:

    Yes, keep up non DC-area-ers up to date on where/how we can watch.

    Hi Whydaddy. Glad you’re home and relaxing with the rest of the Whyfamily.

  3. Mary says:

    You are an amazing woman. My prayers are with you and your family.

  4. KillerBoob says:

    great job on getting the word out sam! i can’t wait to see it.

  5. Can’t wait to see your liveblogging. Are you going to have a typo giggle fit…I know I would! 🙂

  6. whymommy says:

    Gift of Green — probably! 🙂 I can’t wait to see how it goes — will be fun for me regardless.

  7. Seriously, that’s a pretty amazing way of getting the word out! Amazing! I am setting my DVR so I can watch it for sure!

  8. Stimey says:

    Hey, I’m watching the FOX 10pm news and they just had a (non-you) story on IBC, complete with symptoms list, etc. Yay!

  9. whymommy says:

    Stimey, you’re kidding! That’s awesome! Thanks for the heads-up!

    — Here’s a link to a clip that Fox 5 did just this morning (Wednesday) on both breast cancer in a young woman (21!) and another woman with IBC … too many, too many of us!

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