We love going to the Conference for Young Women Affected by Breast Cancer every year, but we’d be lying if we didn’t say it’s an emotional event.
How will we get a national cancer prevention plan in the United States? Only by demanding one. That was last night’s take-home message from Dr. Margaret Kripke of the President’s Cancer Panel.
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.
The team roster for Climb Against the Odds 2011 is already three-quarters full! Watch one team member share why she climbs with her local TV station.
On Saturday, November 6, Breast Cancer Fund President and CEO Jeanne Rizzo will speak at a very special TEDx event on plastic pollution.
The Breast Cancer Fund traveled to Long Beach, Calif., to introduce prevention to a crowd of over 14,000 California women during the 2010 Women’s Conference, a star-studded two-day forum seeking to inspire and empower.
Living Downstream. It’s an arresting concept, especially in the hands of Sandra Steingraber. And now it’s a documentary.
While the Breast Cancer Fund is not a “pink” organization, we are recognized as one of the most trusted breast cancer charities. Here’s an excerpt from an article in last week’s Chicago Tribune…
To give you a personal perspective from one of our inspiring climbers, we asked Rebecca Shaloff of Washington, D.C., to share her thoughts about the Climb Against the Odds journey:
On Sunday, June 13, 26 individuals from across the country will meet together in Northern California to begin final preparations for an expedition of a lifetime. They have each put in countless hours of fundraising and six months of rigorous training – whether hiking the modest hills in Central Florida to climbing the peaks of Montana … Read more…