MBCC Research Updates is an informative set of videos is designed to present the facts about environmental health and breast cancer prevention. Each short video features an interview with a researcher, medical professional, university professor, breast cancer activist, or other prominent figure in the field. You can access the video series here on our website, on Youtube, Facebook, and in our bi-monthly eNewsletter. As an educational tool, each segment is designed to help you become an advocate for prevention and take steps to reduce your exposure to chemicals of concern. Topics include epidemiological links between breast cancer and environmental factors, exposure from consumer products, water contamination in Massachusetts, chemical flame retardants in upholstered furniture, exposure from food additives and much more!
The latest segment of the MBCC Research Updates video series features Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition (MBCC) former Board President and Silent Spring Institute Board Member, Dr. Cathie Ragovin as she reflects on the Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition’s early years and her involvement with breast cancer prevention advocacy.
Rallying for Breast Cancer Prevention: What can we do?
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