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Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition

http://mbcc.org
Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition

Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition (MBCC) was founded in 1991 by women concerned with the lack of attention to breast cancer. Thanks to the overwhelming response to our call to action, Massachusetts became the first state to declare breast cancer an epidemic, we founded Silent Spring Institute to investigate the link between breast cancer and the environment, and now we are the state’s leading breast cancer organization.

At MBCC, we believe that prevention should be a primary focus in order to eradicate the disease. Unfortunately, the cancer industry emphasizes early detection, treatment, and finding a cure — at the expense of prevention. We aim to fill this gap and create the changes necessary so that future generations will not be forced to endure the emotional trauma of a breast cancer diagnosis and the subsequent painful treatment regimens.

More on the Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition website.

 

 


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