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Only the Weak Die of Cancer

Lori Marx-Rubiner Cancer doesn’t put up a fair fight. It doesn’t, by definition, follow the rules. Read more
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FDA Grants Accelerated Approval to Pfizer’s Ibrance (palbociclib)

Karuna Jaggar headshot By approving a treatment that has not been shown to extend life, reduce side effects, or increase access, the FDA is giving license to... Read more
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25 Years of Putting Women’s Health First

25 years girtie no bca logo For 25 years, we have challenged the status quo in breast cancer to ensure that women’s health comes first. Read more
Posted in BCA News, E-Alerts
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Get Your Ticket to Our Variety Show on March 3rd

Julie Join us for this fun and thought-provoking variety show benefitting BCAction. Read more
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Why Fracking Is a Breast Cancer Issue

Don't Frack With Our Health Logo Fracking is growing at a scale and pace that threatens the health of everyone in the U.S. Read more
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Myriad Genetics Finally Relinquishes Monopoly on BRCA Genes

Karuna Jaggar headshot Profits rule in our healthcare system, and we must be vigilant about making sure patient interests are prioritized. Read more
Posted in BCA Action Alerts
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SABCS 2014: What Markers Can Help With Targeted Treatment?

SABCSLogo09 Additional studies are underway to help us understand the various factors that impact therapy and guide increasing specific and effective... Read more
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SABCS 2014: ICE Study – Ibandronate with or without Capecitabine in Elderly Patients

SABCSLogo09 By Fiona Wilmot, BCAction Program Consultant This trial aimed to determine the role of adjuvant chemotherapy with capecitabine in patients... Read more
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Free Webinar: Female Firefighters & Breast Cancer Risk

Sahru Keiser All too often we’re told that “lifestyle changes” will help reduce our risk of breast cancer. But what if our job exposes us to... Read more
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SABCS 2014: What Can Mice Tell Us About Me?

SABCSLogo09 Thursday’s general session SABCS kicked off with a plenary lecture on patient-derived xenograft models in mice as pre-clinical models of... Read more
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