How to Make the Biggest Impact With Your Breast Cancer Donations

If you want to give in support of Breast Cancer Awareness month, don’t get “pinkwashed.” Instead, consider donating to one of these five worthy organizations. October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, in case you hadn’t noticed. But how could you not? This time of year, pink ribbons and other paraphernalia—from clogs to buckets of chicken […]

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Breast Density: Over 700,000 With Breast Cancer Risk

Risk Determination and Prevention of Breast Cancer[1], published in the journal Breast Cancer Research, identifies the critical gaps that must be addressed if we are to reverse the increase in breast cancer expected over the next 10 years – and reach a tipping point where more breast cancers will be prevented in the general population, […]

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Breast Cancer: Are Men Forgotten?

In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, cancer charities and organizations around the globe will be “thinking pink.” On October 24th, Breast Cancer Campaign will have their “Wear it Pink” event, in which people all over the US will wear pink clothing to raise awareness of the disease that will be diagnosed in […]

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Our Feel Good War on Breast Cancer

I used to believe that a mammogram saved my life. I even wrote that in the pages of this magazine. It was 1996, and I had just turned 35 when my doctor sent me for an initial screening — a relatively common practice at the time — that would serve as a base line when […]

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Energy Company Promotes Awareness

I’m not sure if this is more sad or funny, but it speaks volumes about the intersection of commerce, charity, and the politics which frequently poison both. In what is admittedly an unexpected pairing, Baker Hughes Incorporated – a major energy producer with more than 3,000 rigs operating around the world – teamed up with Susan G. […]

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