There are two sides to every story about breast cancer.
For most, the story is about pink ribbons and working towards a future where it doesn’t exist. But that’s just one side of the story, and it’s not ours.
Ours is a story of breast cancer patients facing financial difficulties to pay for medication, treatment, food and shelter.
Ours is the all too common story of struggling, not to survive, but to afford to survive.
But it’s a story we’re here to change.
At the Canadian Breast Cancer Support Fund, we provide breast cancer patients with the short-term financial support they need to focus, simply and solely, on fighting their disease.
Breast Cancer is hard enough without the financial burden it brings.
Can you afford to get breast cancer? It might seem like a silly question, but for many breast cancer patients, the answer is 'No'.
There are more than 100,000 chemicals polluting our environment. Hundreds of those chemicals are known to disrupt the hormones in our body and mimic the role of estrogen – a hormone closely linked with the development of breast cancer
An open invitation to the tens of thousand of breast cancer survivors across the country to give back to the 'sisterhood' in a meaningful way.
Just say no to “Pinkwashing!" Pinkwashing is a common term that refers to companies that claim to care about breast cancer by promoting pink products but at the same time, produces, manufactures and/or sell products that contain toxic chemicals with a known link to breast cancer.