Reduce Your Risk
The breast cancer movement has accomplished some remarkable things in recent years: breast cancer awareness is everywhere, we're detecting it earlier than ever, and more women have access to quality care. So what's next? It's time to turn our efforts toward prevention.
Some of the risk factors for breast cancer can't be helped, such as family history or whether or not we've had kids. But there are other things—like some exposures to toxic chemicals and radiation—that are within our control. We know it can seem overwhelming, but there really are easy things you can do—today and every day—to reduce your risk.
Prevention Is Power
Use your powerful voice this October to move us beyond pink ribbons, beyond awareness to prevention.Learn More
Tips for Prevention
What can we do to reduce our risk for breast cancer? A lot!Learn More
Educate Friends and Family
Share prevention with the people in your life!Learn More
Act for Change
How can you make a difference beyond your own home and family? Add your voice to the chorus calling for environmental health protections.Learn More
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