ZBC turns 25 and produces more resources for survivors, young adults, kids and the wider community!

  • Survivorship factsheets
  • Generations campaign to reduce chemical exposures across multiple generations
  • Activity booklets in Tagalog and for American Indian/Alaskan Native kids
  • Advancing Health Equity in Breast Cancer webinar series

ZBC launches new, innovative prevention campaigns for youth and teens!

  • "Girls' New Puberty" interactive micro-site, resource pages and English & Spanish infographics
  • "13 Ways to Reduce Your Risk of Breast Cancer" posters and brochures in English and Spanish

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ZBC comes of age! Happy 21st Birthday!

A year of celebration and renewed sense of purpose…


Long-time ED Janice Barlow retires in May, Rose Barlow hired as new ED

rose barlowZBC moves office, launches social media initiative and hosts a GIS Community Impact Conference


CYGNET Youth Advisory Board (YAB) Established

yabCohort Study of Young Girls’ Nutrition, Environment, and Transitions (CYGNET) Study: Environmental and Genetic Determinants of Maturation in Girls. Learn more...


Physical fitness matters

Green TeamZBC sponsors community forum: "Positive Effects of Physical Activity on Breast Cancer Risk."


MBCW becomes Zero Breast Cancer

New name, new logo

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Stress is an important topic

Yoga poseMBCW sponsors community forum: "Stress and Breast Cancer"


First annual Dipsea Run/Hike

OrigDipseaTPromoting healthy, fun, family activity while raising vital funds


First ‘Honor Thy Healer’ Annual Awards Dinner

Annie Fox Hal Brown HTH 2000Recognizing the contribution of individuals and organizations active in tackling breast cancer head on. Read their stories...


First edition of 'Keeping Abreast' newsletter

The start of a 16 year run of newsletters. View the archives...

Keeping Abreast Newsletter

1995 - 1996

Founding, and incorporation, of Marin Breast Cancer Watch (MBCW)

Bay Area and Marin Breast Cancer rates reported as being the highest in the world.

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