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  • HonoreesZero Breast Cancer's 16th Annual Honor Thy Healer will be held on May 7, 2015. The program will highlight ZBC’s research and education programs and recognize individuals, businesses and organizations who have made a significant difference in the lives of those affected by breast cancer, in our understanding of breast cancer, the healing process, and the health of our community.

    We're accepting nominations for Honor Thy Healer 2015
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    For more info visit: http://hth.zerobreastcancer.org

    2014 Honor Thy Healer Award Honorees

  • new-puberty-bookGirls are developing faster and entering puberty earlier than a generation ago. Contrary to popular wisdom, early puberty is not merely a reflection of physical changes-it's deeply psychological with effects that can put a girl at risk for behavioral problems as well as long term health challenges, such as obesity, depression, eating disorders, and even breast cancer.

    Bay Area authors, Louise Greenspan, MD and Julianna Deardorff PhD, have published a new, groundbreaking book. Both mothers of young girls, the doctors address the question: What happens when a girl has the brain of an 8-year-old and the body of a 13-year-old? Hear their reassuring, empowering answers.
    TheNewPuberty.com

  • CaptureCheck out the newest toolkits from the Community Outreach & Translation Core of the Breast Cancer and the Environment Research Program! Toolkits are available for Health Care Providers & Professionals, Outreach Organizations, General Audiences, and African American Audiences!
  • ZBC Announces New Advisory Group
    Zero Breast Cancer has created an advisory body to facilitate communications between breast health care providers, researchers and community representatives. Read more about the goals of this group and its members here
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Zero Breast Cancer is a community based organization dedicated to prevention and finding the causes of breast cancer through local participation in the scientific research process. We focus on identifying environmental factors and the role they play in breast cancer at all stages of life and across generations.

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