“My aunt was diagnosed with and survived breast cancer, and that has motivated me to apply for this 14,179-foot climb.”– Climb Against the Odds Participant Kelly Miller
On May 30 a group of trailblazers in the movement to prevent breast cancer gathered at UCSF Mission Bay for the Breast Cancer Fund’s Pioneering Prevention event. Listen to the full recording of their passionate discussion.
This year’s Climb Against the Odds Community Climber, Jen Bray, who is a U.S. Forest Service firefighter, says she’s doing it for her children’s children.
The San Francisco Chronicle weighed in on yesterday’s game-changing report in an editorial that urges lawmakers to take action…
“We’re extending life with breast cancer, making it a chronic disease, but we’re not preventing it,” said the Breast Cancer Fund’s Jeanne Rizzo.
I see cancer groups working to support cancer patients, which is good, but how about going down a different road of no cancer?
On April 25, Kelly Gray of Novato, Calif., will begin a strenuous but extraordinary 14-day trek to the foot of the world’s tallest mountain, and she’ll be making the trip as both a personal challenge and an opportunity to support the Breast Cancer Fund.
October may be over, but breast cancer prevention is a year-round affair.
The Breast Cancer Fund today released a new video telling the story of prevention through the voices of those touched by this disease.
Blogger/writer Helen Cordes posted an excellent piece on the Huffington Post last week, urging readers to reevaluate our mainstream concepts of breast cancer detection and prevention.