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  • 2013 honoreesJoin us at Honor Thy Healer 2014 for an evening of inspiration and community celebration. The program highlights ZBC’s research and education programs and recognizes 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.

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    2013 Honorees
    Front Row (left to right): Jonathan Mooney, Carol Kronenwetter, 
    and Louise Greenspan
    Back row (left to right): Regan Fedric, David Gullion, Janine Elliott, and Julianna Deardorff
    Not Pictured: Stig Westling and Gayle Windham
  • pbce girlsOn Sunday, November 3, 2013 the Breast Cancer and Environment Research Program released new research in Pediatrics shows that obesity is the largest predictor of earlier onset puberty in girls, a phenomenon which is affecting white girls at younger ages than previously reported.

    The multi-institutional study strengthens a growing body of research documenting the earlier onset of puberty in girls of all races.

    Learn more about the new research

  • 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!
  • Zero Breast Cancer Dipsea Hike 2013Get out and get physical with Zero Breast Cancer's annual Dipsea Hike

    Gather your friends and family to fundraise as a team or register as an individual and unite with others who have been affected by breast cancer along the 6-mile trail loop. Learn more...
  • The California Health Report ( article about the Cygnet Study and early onset puberty in young girls with an interview with member of ZBC led CYGNET Youth Advisory Board. Check it out!
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  • Learn more about Zero Breast Cancer's new educ
    ational toolkit on breast density, What Does My Number Mean?, produced in conjunction with The University of California, San Francisco, and check out the video 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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