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National Breast Cancer Coalition Fund Overview
Each year in the United States alone, more than 200,000 women and hundreds of men are diagnosed with breast cancer, and 40,000 people die of the disease. There are 3 million people living with the disease. NBCCF's mission is to end breast cancer by increasing federal funding for breast cancer research, creating access to breast and cervical cancer care for underserved and uninsured women, and training advocates to play an active role wherever breast cancer decisions are made.
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I attended my first NBCC Advocacy Training three years ago. I am the Resource Coordinator for the San Juan Cancer Center in Montrose
Colorado. I have been active as an advocate for breast cancer warriors for the past 14 years. The day I was diagonosed with stage 3 breast cancer. This ...
The National Breast Cancer Coalition is a nationwide coaltion of local groups involved with breast cancer. The NBCC provides these groups with a means of educating their members so that they may serve as more effective breast cancer advocates at a local level. The NBCC also offers a strong, unified ...
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At times it feels as though nothing is happening to prevent breast cancer. Yet, after becoming a member of NBCC three years ago and attending the national conferences in D.C. at which women from across the country have the opportunity to learn the latest in breast cancer research and meet with ...
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