Resources

BCC offers a variety of resources for learning more about breast cancer.


BOOKS AND REVIEWS

The BCC Bookshelf contains books and essays that see breast cancer as an individual experience as well as a complex production of social, political, cultural, environmental, and economic factors.

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HOT TOPICS

An alphabetical listing of subjects, hotly contested or flying beneath the radar, that impact how society deals with breast cancer. Learn more about the mammography screening controversy, metastatic breast cancer, the downside of sexy breast cancer campaigns and the breast cancer brand, and more.

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FEATURED PUBLICATIONS

As scholars and advocates, BCC members publish books, journal articles, op-eds, and other materials for a variety of publications from CNN to The Guardian, Time to Ms. Magazine Blog, KevinMD to Vice. Our Scholarly work is published in peer reviewed journals and by publishers such as Oxford University Press, Rowman and Littlefield, Sage, and others.

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BREAST CANCER CONSORTIUM QUARTERLY

Provides news, updates, and commentary on critical issues in the world of breast cancer.

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RESEARCH BRIEFS

Highlight findings, implications, and methodological approaches to critical studies on breast cancer trends, interventions, and experiences.

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ARTICLES AND POSTS

Find BCC analyses, articles, announcements, and the News and Views archive.

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TEACHING TOOLS

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GLOSSARY

Absolute? Relative? What’s the difference? When reading health news and research it’s crucial to understand the terms used to describe the methods and the findings.

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