The Source • Winter 2009 • Issue 108

New Study Points to Problems with Breast Cancer Screening

by Barbara A. Brenner In a ground-breaking article published in the Journal of the American Medical Association in October, researchers concluded that mammography screening for breast cancer has not had the impact that effective screening programs should have. They recommended pursuing new approaches for screening, early… Read More

From the Executive Director: Does Mammography Screening Save Lives?

by Barbara A. Brenner Debates about who should have screening mammograms—those given to women with no breast symptoms—and when are not new to longtime followers of BCA’s work. Our position has long been clear: women who are premenopausal should not have regular screening mammograms, and… Read More

A BCA Summer Intern’s Story: An Interview with Alice Price-Styles

Interview by Angela Wall As part of our intern program, this summer Alice Price-Styles worked at Breast Cancer Action’s communications department for eight weeks. Alice grew up in Leicester, England. She is a student at Goldsmith’s College, University of London. When Alice was 17 years… Read More