Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition believes that far too many women are needlessly diagnosed with breast cancer. Over the past several decades the breast cancer rate has increased dramatically, from an estimated 1 in 20 in to more than 1 in 8 today. Nonetheless, an increasing body of evidence links toxins found in common consumer products and services, as well as manufacturing and other sources, with the development of the disease. This includes toxicological data on health effects like breast cancer, reproductive defects, and more. According to our sister organization, Silent Spring Institute , we have cause to be concerned with many chemicals and ingredients found in our air, water, food, consumer and industrial products, and services.
American Cancer Society in Massachusetts
Advances in Breast Cancer Research - National Cancer Institute
Lauder is also the co-creator of the original pink ribbon launched in with Alexandra Penney, former editor-in-chief of Self magazine. You can donate to BRCF online , through the mail, or over the phone. You can also make monthly donations or participate in workplace giving employer-matched donations. The Susan G. Komen Foundation, also known as the Susan G.
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