Mounting scientific evidence links exposure to everyday chemicals — in our food, our products, our air and our water — to breast cancer.
Last week the Breast Cancer Fund received a very special thank-you letter from Sen. Dianne Feinstein for our hard work in the fight against BPA.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein has not only introduced federal legislation to ban BPA from baby products, she’s also supporting the Breast Cancer Fund’s kick the can month.
With the new Congress just back in session, we’re already building the drumbeat for BPA-free food. Yesterday, we joined Rep. Ed Markey, D-Mass., in heralding the re-introduction of his legislation…
Just as the tobacco industry once told us it was safe to smoke cigarettes, the chemical industry is trying to tell us it’s OK to ingest harmful chemicals.
After a highly contentious mid-term election, this week’s bipartisan Senate effort to protect kids from BPA was a hopeful sign.
“It’s a huge blow for kids,” said Janet Nudelman of the eco-friendly Breast Cancer Fund.
It’s a sad day when 11th-hour lobbying by the chemical industry can derail a bipartisan effort to protect kids from a chemical linked to breast cancer.
A vote on the food safety bill should be coming up for a vote this week, and along with it an amendment to ban BPA from baby bottles and sippy cups.
Canada just made it official: BPA is toxic. In 2008, Canada was the first country in the world to propose taking action against BPA. In April of that year, the government released a draft risk assessment concluding that the chemical was toxic…