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Special Thanks: Summer 2015

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Donations in Honor & Memory: Summer 2015

Every day, Breast Cancer Action receives gifts honoring those who are living with breast cancer or who have died of the disease. Read more
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I Will Double Your Donation Today

Shobitasidebarphoto For more than ten years, I’ve admired BCAction’s fiercely independent advocacy on behalf of women’s health. Read more
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Donate Today – Your Gift Will Be Matched!

BCAction's Board of Directors We have an amazing opportunity right now. Read more
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Free Webinar: Beyond “Awareness”: Metastatic Breast Cancer

BCA_logo_CMYK_box_url Women don’t die of breast cancer. They die when the disease spreads to other parts of the body – what’s called metastasis. Read more
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New EPA Report on Fracking and Drinking Water Only Skims the Surface

Aliza Kazmi Last week the EPA released a long-awaited report about the impacts of fracking on drinking water. Read more
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URGENT: Tell Your Lawmakers Not to “Fast Track” Away Our Health

Alyssa Figueroa 2015 The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), if passed, would jeopardize the health of women living with and at risk of breast cancer. Read more
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Comments to the FDA re: Patient-focused Drug Development for Breast Cancer

BCA_logo_CMYK_box_url We expect the FDA to fulfill its mission to protect the public’s health. Read more
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Why I Told My Friends “Don’t Pink for Me”

Julie_e-alert In 2011, when I was 37, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. It was devastating to me and my whole community. Read more
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New Study Demonstrates Overtreatment Due to Misperceptions About Double Mastectomy

Aliza Kazmi A new study shows women may not be receiving unbiased, evidence-based information about the risks and benefits of a double mastectomy. Read more
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