Tag Archives: FDA

Donate TodayBreast cancer is an injustice

By Jayla Burton, Program Manager Since day one of the new administration, we have called on President Biden to build an administration that prioritizes breast cancer. That’s because our accountability work is paramount to achieving health justice for all people at risk of... Read more
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The US FDA building sign with text that reads Take Action for strong FDA leadershipOur bold call for political change

By Zoë Christopher, Program Officer and Operations Manager I’m proud of the impact Breast Cancer Action has had over the last few months. It's clear that when you join us and we raise our voices together we are powerful enough to bring about real change. Here’s a... Read more
Posted in BCA News, E-Alerts

Biden-Harris be the administration that prioritizes breast cancerLetter to the Biden-Harris administration on addressing and ending breast cancer

By The Breast Cancer Action Team; Krystal Redman, DrPH, Executive Director; Jayla Burton, MPH, MS, Program Manager; Tibby Reas Hinderlie, Communications Manager; Lopa Pal, Development Manager; Zoe Christopher, Program Officer & Operations Manager; Heather Stone, Development... Read more
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Breast Cancer Action LogoWhy We Oppose Dr. Janet Woodcock to Head the FDA

President Biden will soon nominate a Commissioner U.S. Food & Drug Administration. Dr. Janet Woodcock is the current acting FDA commissioner and is a potential candidate for the position. We oppose Woodcock’s potential nomination and sent the letter below to The Honorable... Read more
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The US FDA building sign with text that reads Take Action for strong FDA leadershipFDA Commissioner: take action to protect strong leadership

By Krystal Redman, DrPH, Executive Director We have an urgent action request for you: contact your legislators today and let them know you strongly oppose Dr. Janet Woodcock for Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner. The FDA has granted more new drug... Read more
Posted in BCA Action Alerts, E-Alerts

The US FDA building sign with text that reads Take Action for strong FDA leadershipTake action: demand strong FDA leadership

By Jayla Burton, Program Manager Since day one of President Joe Biden taking office, we’ve called on him to make sure his administration makes breast cancer a priority. Appointing a strong Food and Drug Administration (FDA) leader who will focus on protecting the health and... Read more
Posted in BCA Action Alerts, E-Alerts

Sign the card to President Biden and Vice President HarrisTell the Biden-Harris administration we need action

By Jayla Burton, Program Officer A new administration doesn’t mean our work is done—it means we work even harder to address and end breast cancer. Over the last few years, it seems like we have seen it all. We've experienced the deprioritization of science,... Read more
Posted in BCA Action Alerts, E-Alerts

Breast Cancer Action LogoLooking back and moving forward

By Marj Plumb, DrPH, Interim Executive Director July 2020 to January 2021, and Karuna Jaggar, Former Executive Director, March 2011 to June 2020 2020 was a year that reminded us all why Breast Cancer Action’s uncompromising health justice work is so important—even while... Read more
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The SABCS Video Backdrop featuring the SABCS logoSABCS 2020

By Jayla Burton, Program Officer For decades billions of dollars have been poured into breast cancer research. And each December clinicians and researchers from around the world gather at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium (SABCS) to share the latest study results. For... Read more
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The SABCS Video Backdrop featuring the SABCS logoSABCS 2020: Patient-centered FDA Approvals

By Tibby Reas Hinderlie, Communications Officer I joined Breast Cancer Action as the Communications Officer in July of 2020, which makes this year’s San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium (SABCS) my first breast cancer conference. Given that SABCS is geared towards clinicians... Read more
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