Marine Breast Cancer Victim Running Out of Options – Speaks for Prevention

Last year, we shared with you the story of Camp Lejeune Marine breast cancer victim Pete Devereaux. At the 2013 Against the Tide event in Hopkinton, Pete spoke about the exposure he unknowingly had to carcinogenic chemicals that led to his own unfortunate diagnosis. Breast cancer is not only a women’s issue. More and more men are being diagnosed, making […]

Swimmer Turned Advocate Inspires Citizens Statewide

MBCC welcomes Katy Spencer as a 2014 Statewide Chairwoman of Against the Tide. Please take a moment to read Katy’s story about her personal connection to breast cancer and Against the Tide.    12 years. I have been involved in the movement against breast cancer for 12 years. I started my journey as an 18-year-old team […]

Meet a New Against the Tide Sponsor: Women & Infants

On a crisp January afternoon,  Executive Director Cheryl Osimo and Board Member Steve D’Amico traveled to Providence, RI to meet with staff from one the newest sponsors of Against the Tide, Women & Infants.  Women & Infants, a Care New England Hospital, is unique as one of the nation’s leading specialty hospitals for women and […]

CSR Press Release: Students Challenge National Assumptions About Breast Cancer

ROCKLAND, Mass., Feb. 17 – Students throughout Massachusetts are helping redefine the breast cancer movement. While many people think of breast cancer as corporate marketing campaigns and ribbons saturated in shades of pink, there exists a growing movement among students and others that challenges these assumptions. Although attention to the diagnosis and treatment is obviously […]