By Heather Perkins, Deputy Director
Thank you for your part in our work to address and end breast cancer.
This year when we surveyed our community of members, we learned that two-thirds of the respondents have had breast cancer themselves or have faced a breast cancer diagnosis in their family.
And it follows that the work to stop breast cancer before it starts – either by demonstrating in the streets, taking action by contacting legislators, or by acquiring, learning from, and sharing our unbiased, patient-centered resources – is emboldened and made possible by our nationwide network of members and allies.
We’re releasing our 2021 – 2022 Annual Report, detailing exactly the types of rapid response, thought leadership, and health justice work we engaged in during this time period in our efforts to end the breast cancer crisis.
In it you’ll see the pictures, graphics, and numbers that reflect the power of what we are able to achieve together.
We are unabashedly unique in the breast cancer landscape. We’re evolving, responding, and strengthening what it means to demand systemic changes to address and end this devastating disease and its disproportionate impacts on different communities.
Thank you for your part in supporting and making this work possible. Our community is our power, and we will continue this work in 2023 and beyond until all communities are free from breast cancer.