Featured Sponsor

Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition is grateful to our sponsors who support our mission of preventing the environmental causes of breast cancer through community education, research advocacy, and changes to public policy.  These sponsors reflect a genuine commitment to the environment, public health, and the eradication of breast cancer for future generations.  Thank you for your continued support!

South-Cove-Community-Health-CenterOne such sponsor is South Cove Community Health Center. South Cove Community Health Center is the premier Asian community health center in Massachusetts, serving more than 30,000 clients in the Greater Boston area. Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition is proud to be partnering with South Cove again in 2017.  To learn more about South Cove Community Health Center, please visit their website and Facebook.

Spring Message from the Executive Director

Dear Friends in Prevention, Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition (MBCC) has been hard at work to deliver on our mission of preventing the environmental causes of breast cancer through community education, research advocacy, and changes to public policy. As our award-winning Let’s Talk Prevention: Reducing Toxic Exposures educational outreach program continues to reach new audiences across […]

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2017 Drinking Water Advocacy – MA Citizens Action Needed

Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition (MBCC) has requested funding from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for its sister organization, Silent Spring Institute. The funding will be used to study exposure to toxic chemicals in drinking water throughout Massachusetts and provide online tools for residents to learn about their drinking water quality. MBCC needs your help to support […]

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Join Us in Protecting Water Quality in Massachusetts

Clean drinking water is important for everyone.  As advocates for prevention, Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition (MBCC) has requested funding from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for its sister organization, Silent Spring Institute.  The funding will be used to study exposure to toxic chemicals in drinking water throughout Massachusetts and provide online tools for residents to learn […]

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