6 things you can do to prevent breast cancer in 2015

The breast cancer movement has accomplished some remarkable things in recent years: breast cancer awareness is everywhere, we’re detecting it earlier than ever, and more women have access to quality care. So what’s next? It’s time to #RethinkThePink and turn our efforts toward prevention. Here are six things you can do to prevent breast cancer … Read more…

Leslie Vanoni survives cancer, Shasta (Sonoma News, 8/19/13)

“As tired as I was at 13,000, I kept on…When we were within 50 feet of the summit, I saw my daughter charge. I couldn’t keep up, but I knew I would be there shortly, and I was. There we were, mother and daughter, on top of Mt. Shasta.”

Scope Spotlight: Road less traveled (7/17/13)

Trekkers and climbers, including two oncologists, attract some well-deserved media attention for their participation in the Breast Cancer Fund’s Sacred Treks global mountaineering expedition.

Op-ed: It’s Way Past Time to Overhaul Our Broken Federal Chemical Law (Huffington Post, 6/18/2013)

Breast Cancer Fund President and CEO Jeanne Rizzo has been in the spotlight because of her leading role on chemicals policy reform. She testified before Congress and wrote a Huffington Post op-ed.