Published: Monday, 04 November 2019 12:29
As breast cancer awareness month comes to a close, are you looking for more ways your actions can matter? Consider becoming a research participant!
Our colleagues at Breast Cancer Over Time (BCOT) have partnered with researchers on an important study into how the chemicals we are exposed to everyday impact healthy breast cells. BCOT is a San Francisco-based nonprofit run by breast cancer survivors. They facilitate community-based participatory research to prevent breast cancer in the next generation.
Read more: Make a Difference Through Research Participation
Published: Tuesday, 15 October 2019 17:49
This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Zero Breast Cancer materials have made their way to Washington, DC via a request from Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. – Xi Omega Chapter.
ZBC educational fliers were shared with over 100 attendees at their Pink Table Talk: Breast Cancer Risks and Realities panel with speakers Dr. Regina M. Hampton and Dr. Carolyn B. Hendricks. The event took place on October 7th and was livestreamed on Facebook. Check out the recording of this very informative talk here.
Read more: ZBC Reaches Washington, DC!
Published: Tuesday, 15 October 2019 16:36
The Zero Breast Cancer Team, and Board of Directors would like to thank all of you who generously gave of your time, resources and energy to make our Dipsea Hike a tremendous success!
Well over 200 participants showed up on that bright, chilly Saturday morning. Our hikers were greeted with bagels, yogurt, fruit and local Equator Coffee. Once nourished, they had the energy necessary to complete the both beautiful and challenging hike up the steps and over the hill, before returning to have lunch with us back in Old Mill Park where everything started.
Read more: Thank You to Our ZBC Community!
Published: Friday, 06 September 2019 18:11
Obesity and Cancer Disparities
In today’s article, we will take a step further and explore what else matters when it comes to the prevention of obesity and therefore risk reduction of cancer. What can we know better to do better to design relevant and effective programs at Zero Breast Cancer (ZBC)?
Read more: Food, Health, and Decisions Series Part 2: Obesity Is a Systemic Failure
Published: Tuesday, 30 July 2019 15:20
When we talk about “partners” here at Zero Breast Cancer, there are so many who lend their support and service in different ways. We simply could not function without them! Now, in the 31 days since I started here, the partner I have looked to for support, insight and sincere partnership has been Anne-Marie Hartwig. Anne comes to the office a few days a week to support our bookkeeping and operations efforts, as well as be the point person for all things related to the Dipsea Hike. Her dedication to ZBC has been unwavering. And I am so grateful to see her serene and knowing expression whenever I have a question or need for context. Anne is a beloved partner to our staff as well as the entire community, but I imagine not everyone knows about the interesting and adventurous path she took to get here!
Read more: Get to Know ZBC Partners: Anne-Marie Hartwig
Published: Monday, 29 July 2019 12:34
Zero Breast Cancer has just finished producing La guía de las niñas y la nueva pubertad, a Spanish-language translation of our Girls’ New Puberty Eguide! This guide expands upon the messages in our Spanish infographic and YouTube video series. In this interactive webpage, you will find easy tips to support healthy puberty alongside videos, quizzes and links to more resources.
Read more: Introducing Spanish-language Girls' New Puberty Eguide