Breast Cancer Action Reviews
I first met this unbiased group in 1996 before my daughter's death from metastatic breast cancer. Their staff provided invaluable guidance for the end of life at home and with grace. They take no industry or government money. Challenging "pinkwashing", joining the winning case on gene patenting before the Supreme Court and now initiating "Toxic Time is Up". They are in the forefront of identifying the causes of breast cancer . The new campaign to review the 1974 Toxic Substances Act deserves support and w ill benefit every citizen,
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Help them meet with corporations and business leaders as well as public policy makers. Help them expose exploitation of disease. (example: The NFL has splashed pink every where yet only contributes 8% of money raised to Breast Cancer research according to national press today).
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