Posts with Author: Aurelia Yee

How much exposure to BPA is safe?

By BCPP Senior Policy Manager Lisette van Vliet  Europe radically reduced the BPA Safe Level. You probably missed it. It mostly caused waves amongst those who work in the policy trenches to stop the widespread use of toxic chemicals in our hazardous chemical-addicted...

Climate Change and Breast Cancer: Ask a Scientist

Welcome to our series: Ask a Scientist With BCPP Science Team Dr. Rainbow Rubin, PhD, MPH, and Pujeeta Chowdhary, MPH The environmental links to breast cancer are complex. Yet, we shouldn’t have to be scientists to understand the health risks we face. At BCPP, our...

Protecting Families from Toxics Led Me to BCPP

A Matching Gift Challenge As the holiday season of giving and gratitude unfolds, I’m reaching out to you with a cause that is extremely important to me—breast cancer prevention. In a world brimming with charities worthy of support, the mission of Breast Cancer...

From Sofa to Summit: A Journey Beyond the Mountain

Guest blog by Dana Cook, BCPP Climb Against the Odds Volunteer Climber    Life often surprises us with unexpected challenges and opportunities. For me, agreeing to climb a mountain seemed utterly out of reach, a decision clouded by self-doubt and personal...

2023 Impact Report

See how far we have come. And how far we’ll go. You put the power into prevention. Together, thanks to supporters like you and our loyal BCPP community, we continue to make major public health strides in removing our exposure to toxic chemicals linked to breast cancer...

Holiday Shopping Guide 2023

For hiking, cleaning, skincare and more, give the gift of impact with our Holiday Prevention Partners! Support BCPP and shop with confidence knowing that your holiday gifts are good for you, our planet and those you love! Our partners in prevention are offering...

Breast Cancer Prevention Month Gift Guide 2023

Shopping for PreventionAt BCPP, October is Breast Cancer Prevention Month. For over 20 years, October has signified the month to promote breast cancer awareness and shop to support finding a cure. Yet, 1 in 8 women in the US will still be diagnosed with breast cancer...

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