Green Our Chemical System
For years, the Breast Cancer Fund has documented the strong link between toxic chemicals and breast cancer. And it comes as no surprise that many other diseases—such as asthma, certain cancers, learning disabilities, autism, obesity and fertility problems—are not only on the rise, but have been linked to chemicals found in our daily lives.
That’s why we’re working to green our chemical system and decrease the risk of disease.
Reform the Toxic Substances Control Act
Our President and CEO Jeanne Rizzo testified before Congress on the urgent need for reform of our broken chemical management system.Learn More
Support Full Disclosure of Fracking Chemicals
Ask Congress to require companies to disclose the chemicals used in fracking.Learn More
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