Making a Point for Good
Oct. 17 – Cavallo’s Mercantile is donating a portion of the month’s proceeds to ZBC. Meet our new Executive Director, Rose Barlow, and join us for a talk and book signing by Woody Weingarten; complimentary mini-facials; a Cooking School display and gifts.
Wine, Women & Song
Oct. 17 - Celebrate with a lively rock-n-roll concert and dance party featuring music composed or made famous by artists who have battled breast cancer. A portion of the proceeds will benefit ZBC. BUY TICKETS
Dipsea Hike for Zero Breast Cancer
Sept. 26, 2015 - Thank you so much for contributing to the Dipsea Hike for Zero Breast Cancer!
Your efforts have raised over $60,000 towards our goal. We would also like to extend a special thanks to our teams, our sponsors, our inkind donors, our event committee and our volunteers, whose efforts helped to make our event such a great success! View the 2015 photos on facebook
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.
On Tuesday, February 12, 2013 the federally mandated Interagency Breast Cancer and Environmental Research Coordinating Committee (IBCERCC), released its report, Breast Cancer and the Environment: Prioritizing Prevention. This report is a call to action to develop a national strategy to increase research in breast cancer prevention with a focus on how environmental factors affect the development of the breast across a woman's lifespan and her risk of breast cancer. The report offers seven recommendations to highlight the urgent need for coordinated, targeted efforts to identify and mitigate the environmental causes of breast cancer.
Zero Breast Cancer is a proud member of IBCERCC and is pleased that many of the recommendations from the committee reflect our organization's 17 year mission to find the environmental causes of breast cancer through community participation in the research process. We will use the recommendations from this report to guide us as we continue to carry out our mission. Like you, we look forward to the day when we have an early preventative strategy for breast cancer.
The full report is posted at: http://www.niehs.nih.gov/about/boards/ibcercc/