Addressing Chemicals of Concern: new, one-of-a-kind toxic exposures educational program tours statewide


The Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition’s Let’s Talk Prevention: Reducing Toxic Exposures educational outreach materials are currently touring statewide.

Cigna revises policy to cover 3-D mammograms

Last year, when Cigna Insurance announced that it would cease coverage of 3-D mammograms, Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition (MBCC) urged its supporters to contact Cigna’s President and CEO to express collective concern over this decision. You can read MBCC’s blog here. MBCC is pleased to see that Cigna has revised its policy to cover 3-D […]

Take Action to Support Drinking and Ground Water Research

Your calls to House Ways and Means Chairman Brian Dempsey remain important. Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition has always advocated strongly for funding to support water quality research in Massachusetts. A cover story in the Boston Globe shines a spotlight on the “big water problems” facing Cape Cod. You can read the article here.  Plus, read the Boston […]

July Webinar: Secrets of Athletic Goal Achievement

Make Phone Calls to Support Drinking and Ground Water Research

As advocates for prevention, Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition needs your help with the following action to support the passage of H.4166, An Act relative to drinking and ground water research. Please Take Action to support Silent Spring Institute’s research of unregulated chemicals of concern in public and private drinking water wells and ground water in […]