Prevention Is Power: Why it matters so much

I grew up in the 1940s and 1950s in Niagara Falls, New York, home to inexpensive hydroelectric power and many chemical manufacturing plants. It was a time when the effects of chemical pollutants on our bodies were not well understood.

Pink Inc. has many starting to see red (Sacramento Bee, 10/23/2011)

Now, Ann avoids the parade of pink walkers and product promotions. She feels they trumpet a superficial notion of “awareness,” even if some groups do good things with the money raised and promote great solidarity among survivors and families.

Prevention Is Power: Through treatment, up mountains and toward a healthy future

On this 10th anniversary of being a breast cancer survivor, I celebrate not just a milestone, but also the return of once again being in charge of my life.