Michelle Dixon

Last Chance to Support Silent Spring Institute’s Water Research!

  The Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition has requested $375,000 in state funding for sister organization Silent Spring Institute so that they can expand their research on drinking water on Cape Cod and in Southeastern Massachusetts. The House budget was recently released, and Silent Spring Institute was not included. Representative Sarah Peake will be filing an … Read more

National Campaign for Consumer Safety Begins Today!

Environment and health groups across the country have launched a new campaign for consumer safety.  Using a list of over 100 chemicals of concern, groups are targeting major retailers to reformulate consumer products.  The full list of chemicals (including BPA, PVC and others) was sent to 10 companies yesterday along with a letter signed by … Read more

BPA Exposure In Utero Linked to Breast Cancer and Other Diseases

The French National Agency for Health, Food, Environment and Work Safety recently released a report adding to the evidence exposure to high levels of BPA have a range of health consequences – including breast cancer – especially for babies. Make sure you check out our Reduce your Exposure page for easy steps to reduce your … Read more

MBCC Supporter Shares her View on Prevention and Against the Tide

One of our supporters, Kathy Budreski, would like to share why she is inspired by MBCC’s emphasis on PREVENTION. She writes, “While there are many local and national “pink ribbon organizations” that raise outstanding amounts of money, more often than not, these conglomerate organizations do not address prevention. It is undoubtedly beneficial to focus efforts … Read more