With the release of a groundbreaking federal report today, there’s hope that we’re entering a breast cancer prevention era — one in which my young granddaughters won’t remember a time when the chemical industry got away with its story that breast cancer isn’t linked to chemical exposures.
“Evidence suggests that breast cancer can be prevented.” While these words might not seem revolutionary to those of us who have been working to prevent the disease for years…
Without the Report on Carcinogens, we would not have an unbiased, scientific federal government list of chemicals linked to cancer.
Nicholas Kristof calls out canned food and cosmetics as culprits and breast cancer as one tragic effect of our current stew of endocrine-disrupting chemicals
Cheers to our president and CEO, Jeanne Rizzo, R.N., who has been named to a new advisory committee that will create a federal research agenda on breast cancer and the environment.
The Breast Cancer Fund’s concern about BPA in food and drink containers was echoed by a top health official in Saturday’s Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.