At the Breast Cancer Fund, we know that there are things each of us can do every day to reduce our personal breast cancer risk. We also know that individual action is not enough.
That's why we're working on big-picture solutions. We're working to transform how we think about and use chemicals and radiation in order to reduce breast cancer risk and sustain life. We are finding solutions today so our children, grandchildren and planet thrive tomorrow.
Working together, we can achieve changes that will protect our health and prevent breast cancer.
Make Our Products Safe
Find out what we’re doing at the state and federal level to get manufacturers to stop relying on toxic chemicals.Learn More
Make Prevention a Public Health Priority
Learn how we're getting everyone involved in stopping cancer before it starts.Learn More
Green Our Chemical System
See how we're helping evolve outdated chemical policies so they support disease prevention and sustainability.Learn More
Partners and Coalitions
The Breast Cancer Fund works with many national and regional coalitions as well as individual organizations to promote breast cancer prevention.Learn More
Find an Action
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