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Review for National Research Center for Women & Families, Inc., Washington, DC, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

Diana Zuckerman and the National Research Center for Women & Families is an incredible resource for evidence-based medical facts on a variety of topics from healthy living to hormone replacement therapy, from work and family issues and survival guides to smoking, drinking, violence and other risky behaviors.

In addition, The Cancer Prevention and Treatment Fund is the new name for all the work the National Research Center for Women & Families does to help adults and children reduce their risk of getting cancer and to make sure that everyone gets the best possible treatment.

The NRC does a fabulous public service as far as vetting information and providing evidence through which one can make an intelligent decision when it comes to health and family decisions. Their information is reliable and totally unbiased.

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Review for National Research Center for Women & Families, Inc., Washington, DC, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

My involvement with the National Resource Center began when I researched organizations that benefited working mothers and a variety of health care topics for newsletters I was writing. The NRC name kept appearing. Investigating the NRC further, I was especially impressed by its interest and involvement in work/family balance issues and on providing assistance to women in their multi-faceted lives, which often prove extremely stressful due to needing to balance multiple responsibilities. The amount of support and tools the NRC offers is incredible! Having been a single working mom myself, I was very impressed and found the information NRC provides personally very useful.

Role:  Donor & Extremely impressed, I invited the president of the NRC to speak to a group of professional and college women in Chicago and also helped arrange for NRC staff to receive a grant to write "The Survival Guide for Working Moms (and Other Stressed Out Adults).