Breast Cancer Fund's Work on Environmental Links to Breast Cancer

A column on Breast Cancer Fund’s work on breast cancer and the environment. By Jeanne Rizzo, Huffington Post.

Jeanne Rizzo, president and CEO of the Breast Cancer Fund, has helped the organization to build an impressive track record of advocating for public policy and business practices to ensure safer products and reduce exposures to toxic . . . → Read More: Breast Cancer Fund’s Work on Environmental Links to Breast Cancer

Forget Pink–Remember Rose

“Forget Pink-Remember Rose.” By Peggy Orenstein, Blog.

There were a couple of things that got cut from my New York Times Magazine piece on breast cancer that I wish I could’ve squeezed in. One is kind of wonky, which is why it was dropped, but super important. It’s about data collection, based on a discussion . . . → Read More: Forget Pink–Remember Rose

The Ins and Outs of Cause-Related Marketing

“Ins and Outs of Cause-Related Marketing.” By Charity Navigator

Charity Navigator interviews Sheila Brown, Director of Development and Special Projects of Breast Cancer Fund, Robbie Finke Franklin, Director of Marketing for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, and Jean A. Sachs, CEO of Living Beyond Breast Cancer about how corporations and breast cancer charities partner to . . . → Read More: “Ins and Outs of Cause-Related Marketing”

Breast Cancer and the Environment

A 2011 report from the Institute of Medicine (IOM), Breast Cancer and the Environment: A Life Course Approach, examines the existing literature on breast cancer risk posed by various environmental factors, highlights actions that offer potential to reduce risk, and recommends key areas for future research. The report, sponsored by Susan G. Komen for the . . . → Read More: Breast Cancer and the Environment