Our hearts are heavy, for the world has lost a great man, our dear friend Pete Devereaux. Pete proudly and bravely served his country as a United States Marine, but his most demanding challenge came when he was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2008.
It is because of your support, passion, and dedication at Against the Tide this summer that the Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition is able to continue working towards preventing environmental causes of breast cancer through community education, research advocacy, and changes to public policy.
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A Special Message from the MBCC Executive Director.
Want to make a difference toward breast cancer prevention in Massachusetts? Do you have a few minutes to make a phone call or send an email and/or letter? Become part of our advocacy network and join volunteers across the state working towards breast cancer prevention! As a volunteer in our action network, you can help […]
“I support MBCC and it’s culture of prevention. My mother passed away from breast cancer at age 57. We will never know exactly why she was struck down by this curse, but perhaps if the next generation is better educated than the one before, we can wipe out unnecessary diagnoses and save irreplaceable lives- and […]
In recent months, the Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition has honored our mission of prevention with the celebration of the 20th anniversary of our sister organization, Silent Spring Institute, our attendance and acceptance of the Massachusetts General Hospital’s one hundred honor, as well as the 22nd annual Against the Tide event in Hopkinton. In addition, our […]