San Francisco Chronicle: Senate bill goes wrong way on toxic-chemical rules

The San Francisco Chronicle editors are weighing in on the Toxic Substances Control Act in an editorial published April 27, 2015. They’re coming out swinging on the right side of history– that is, in opposition to the industry-sponsored Udall-Vitter bill, and in support of the Boxer-Markey bill, which offers up REAL reform of TSCA. Full … Read more…

Scam Alert! Are You Being Pinkwashed? (Rodale, 10/25/2013)

How average consumers can stop pinkwashing…

Chemical safety bill too flawed to support (San Francisco Chronicle, 7/5/2013)

San Francisco Chronicle editorial echoes Breast Cancer Fund’s stance on the Chemical Safety Improvement Act.

Will Your Canned Soup Carry a Warning Label? (Rodale, 4/12/2013)

“The Prop 65 listing is yet another indictment of this toxic chemical that industry continues to argue is safe, despite waves of peer-reviewed scientific studies finding that BPA harms reproduction and is linked to breast cancer.”

Emphasizing breast cancer prevention (San Francisco Chronicle, 2/11/2013)

The San Francisco Chronicle weighed in on yesterday’s game-changing report in an editorial that urges lawmakers to take action…

New report catalogues chemical and radiation links to breast cancer

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.