Mounting scientific evidence links exposure to everyday chemicals — in our food, our products, our air and our water — to breast cancer.
At a briefing for Congressional staff last week in Washington, D.C., the Breast Cancer Fund shared the evidence linking toxic chemicals in our environment to high rates of the disease.
Together they weave strawberry pesticides, breast cancer, the problem with the EPA, safe cosmetics and being a Debbie Downer into something that you want to read.
“I’ve just read a report by The Breast Cancer Fund that has shaken me up enough to prompt this showdown, and inspired me to turn over a new leaf when it comes to choosing cosmetics”
Week two of Breast Cancer Prevention Month focuses on the reality that chemicals in our everyday products are not just affecting our health — they’re making their way into our environment.
It’s that pink time of year again, Breast Cancer Awareness Month. But when virtually every American has been touched by the disease, who among us is not aware of breast cancer? What we need is Breast Cancer PREVENTION Month…
The release of our latest edition of State of the Evidence launched a month-long campaign to move the breast cancer conversation in October beyond awareness and to prevention. Here’s a roundup for week one of Breast Cancer Prevention Month.
The Breast Cancer Fund today released a new video telling the story of prevention through the voices of those touched by this disease.
An article in this morning’s USA Today starts a critical conversation about breast cancer’s chemical connections.
On the first day of what we at the Breast Cancer Fund consider Breast Cancer Prevention Month, we released the 2010 edition of our landmark report, State of the Evidence: The Connection Between Breast Cancer and the Environment.