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  • ca mapGIS for Community Impact: From Technology to Translation
    April 14, 2015 at the California Endowment, Oakland, CA

    Please join us for an informative and interactive workshop on using geographic data for research and interventions on breast and other cancer risk factors. Geographic data has the potential to make a significant contribution to the identification and quantification of environmental and social factors that impact our health.

    Highlights:
    • Case studies of how researchers have used GIS to explore breast cancer risk factors
    • Community organizations demonstrating how geographic data are translated and applied

    Find out more

  • Honorees16th Annual Honor Thy Healer
    May 7, 2015 at the Mill Valley Community Center 


    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.

    For more info visit: http://hth.zerobreastcancer.org

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  • r4r2015Join us for the 8th Annual Racing for Research
    Saturday, May 16, 2015
    Enjoy a full day of racing on Sonoma Raceway's lightning quick karting track with professional driving instruction courtesy of Simraceway Performance Karting Center.

    Register Today!
  • Zero Breast Cancer Dipsea Hike 2013Dipsea Hike for Zero Breast Cancer
    September 26, 2015
    Join us on the beautiful Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Trails for the 13th annual Dipsea Hike for Zero Breast Cancer.
    View the 2014 photos here
  • 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
  • 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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