I’m Susan, a fellow Breast Cancer Action member, and I will match your donation to Breast Cancer Action if you donate between now and midnight tomorrow. Give today so I can double your impact!
By Karuna Jaggar, Executive Director Get ready – on #GivingTuesday, a generous donor will match every dollar you donate to Breast Cancer Action up to $25,000, in honor of our 25th anniversary year. #GivingTuesday is a global day of giving back during the consumerism of the holiday season and this is a great opportunity to […]
By Karuna Jaggar, Executive Director This Pinktober, you helped expose the American Cancer Society and the Personal Care Products Council as pinkwashers for giving cancer patients toxic cosmetics. Your powerful voices, actions and stories said loud and clear that “Poison Isn’t Pretty” and you revealed the truth about their hallmark Look Good, Feel Better® program.
By BCAction staff For more than two decades, the American Cancer Society and the Personal Care Products Council have been bombarding cancer patients with toxic cosmetics through their Look Good, Feel Better program. Now, it’s time to bombard the inboxes of these industry giants and tell them to change their toxic ways.
By Katy Skahill, Breast Cancer Action member In December 2014, I was diagnosed with invasive breast cancer and had a bilateral mastectomy that same month. During my chemotherapy treatment afterward, I saw posters at my hospital advertising the American Cancer Society’s Look Good, Feel Better® program. During the Look Good, Feel Better class I attended, […]
By Alyssa Figueroa, Campaigns Coordinator This October, join us in demanding the American Cancer Society and the Personal Care Products Council stop exposing cancer patients to toxic cosmetics through their Look Good, Feel Better® program. But exactly what harmful chemicals did we find in these cosmetics given to cancer patients?
By Jeanette Koncikowski, BCAction Community Leader for Change My mom, Rosemary, was diagnosed in 2000 with Stage 3 breast cancer. When we told friends and family about my mom’s diagnosis, there was an immediate outpouring of support. People made meals. They helped with transportation to chemo. People sent cards and called daily. We met survivors and […]