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

NCTV Ad Promoting Against the Tide!

[youtube][/youtube] Northampton Community Television (NCTV) supports the Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition with the creation and dissemination of this advertisement to Community Access TV stations across the state!

Study Shows Advanced Breast Cancer Increasing in Women 25-39

Results from a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association show that advanced breast cancer (breast cancer that has spread to the bones, brain or lungs) is increasing in young women. The study, conducted by Rebecca Johnson, analyzed data from the National Cancer Institute’s Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) database dating … Read more

Silent Spring Institute Executive Director Quoted in Environmental Health News

Our sister organization, Silent Spring Institute, is quoted once again in an article about environmental links to disease!  This article, published in Environmental Health News today, discusses a cohort study of investigating diseases over time. These studies are significant not only in that they enable researchers to see how disease progresses throughout an individual’s life … Read more

Silent Spring Institute Director of Research Quoted in Environmental Health News

An article published today in Environmental Health News quotes Ruthann Rudel, Director of Research at our sister organization, Silent Spring Institute.  The article, titled “Breast Cancer and the Environment: Women’s Exposures Early in Life Could Unlock Mysteries” byLindsey Konkel follows the Federal Interagency Report on Breast Cancer and the Environment and asks critical questions about … Read more