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  • BCERP-FlyerBCERP Annual Conference

    November 20-21, 2014
    Hyatt Regency, San Francisco, CA

    Keynote Speaker:
    Sarah Gehlert, PhD
    E. Desmond Lee Professor of Racial and Ethnic Diversity, Washington University in St. Louis

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    Space is limited. Advance registration is required.

    Sponsored by: National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, National Cancer Institute, Avon Foundation
  • HonoreesZero Breast Cancer's 15th Annual Honor Thy Healer 2014 was an evening of inspiration and community celebration. The program highlighted ZBC’s research and education programs and recognized 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


  • 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!

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Marin County Announces New Breast Cancer Rates

The California Cancer Registry(CCR) has released new statewide comparative breast cancer rates that show a drop in Marin County’s breast cancer incidence and mortality rates over the most recent reported five year period, 2006-2010. Marin’s breast cancer incidence rates (i.e. number of cases) remain, however, approximately 10 percent higher than California’s as a whole and about 20 percent higher than the national average.

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              Breast Cancer Incidence Rate for Women of All Ethnicities                                               Breast Cancer Incidence Rates for Latina Women

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Breast Cancer Mortality Rates for Women of All Ethnicities

 

Read more in the Marin Independent Journal

Read Janice Barlow's, Zero Breast Cancer's Executive Director, Letter to the Editor in response to coverage of the findings.

Read Janice's recent Op-Ed in the Marin Voice on breast cancer and prevention.

Check out the summary of findings released by Marin County.