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Johnson and Johnson’s Toxic Talc: A Timeline Toward Victory

This victory is a long time coming and is the result of a global-wide movement of health and justice organizations,...

VICTORY: Johnson & Johnson to Discontinue Talc-Based Baby Powder Globally

While continuing to deny any wrong-doing and defending the safety of their product, Johnson and Johnson announces it will start...

BCPP stands with Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities

MARCH 17, 2021 BCPP  stands in solidarity with our Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) sisters and brothers as we reflect on the recent shootings in Atlanta and the many attacks that...

Race, Power, and Inequities

Breast cancer incidence is not distributed equally among different ethnic or racial communities or groups, due to a number of...

Paths to Prevention: California Breast Cancer Primary Prevention Plan

Paths to Prevention: The California Breast Cancer Primary Prevention Plan is the first ever comprehensive primary prevention plan for breast cancer....

Johnson & Johnson Talc-Based Baby Powder: Asbestos-Cancer Concerns and the Global NGO Response

Talc-based baby powder is linked to ovarian cancer. J&J knows, yet it refuses to stop pushing this dangerous product to...

BCPP joins 183 NGOs from 51 countries to demand Johnson & Johnson halt global sales of popular talc-based baby powder

Some samplings of talc have tested positive for asbestos, a known carcinogen July 8, 2020 LOS ANGELES—Today  nearly  200 groups...

We Can Do Better. We Will Do Better.

Last week, BCPP stood in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement and paused to make space for Black voices....
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