A statement by Breast Cancer Fund Director of Program and Policy Janet Nudelman You have a right to know whether or not toxic flame retardants are in a couch you’re thinking about buying. And fortunately, people in the state of California may soon be equipped with that knowledge because of the passage of a bill in … Read more…
California unveiled a program for regulating toxic chemicals used in everyday products that is expected to reverberate across the United States.
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.
Two strikes against BPA this week: California’s Prop 65 and French report advising pregnant women to avoid exposure to the chemical.
After 40 years of war on cancer, this year more than half a million Americans are expected to die from cancer – about 1,500 a day – and nearly 1.5 million new cases will be diagnosed.