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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Breast Cancer, Cancer

Mission: Breast cancer prevention education

Programs: Workshops: teaching women evidenced based steps to prevent breast cancer (non reimbursed minimal exp)

web site: teaching women evidenced based steps to prevent breast cancer

publications: teaching women evidenced based steps to prevent breast cancer

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Julie U.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

This talk was amazing. I learned a lot and have been passing the information on to others as well as using it to get myself on track with preventing myself from getting breast cancer. There is a lot of breast cancer in my family history but I was very put off by how the health care professionals I was seeing, including a Breast Cancer expert surgeon, were talking to me about it. They actually all had the same party lines, their deliveries were cold and nothing felt like I was being taken care of, just treated and released. I started doing research on my own and asked a lot of questions and no one I saw wanted to address any of my questions or concerns. So, when I saw the flyer for this talk I immediatey signed up and am eternally grateful I did. Susan Wels seemed extremely knowledgable and passionate, caring and thoughtful with her delivery of information. This is how we need to live. By supporting, caring and listening to each other. I don't believe that just just because someone is a doctor they help people. When money is involved in keeping people sick we need to look at that as a society and start to address that. It starts with talking with each other. Thank you. Julie

Client Served

Rating: 4

I attended a meeting "Know Breast Cancer" given by Susan Wadia Els , and was very pleased with information provided about new research on preventing breast cancer. i have stage II Estrogen positive breast cancer and am always on the look out for new information about how to manage my condition. I left the meeting determined to find out my Vitamin D3 level- which I did -and then based on Susan Wadia Els' talk I was able to follow up on line and listen to several medical research reports on D3 and the role it plays in breast cancer.
This group is a positive source of data based information. Try it out. The
website is knowbreastcancer.net.