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Call Laura at 510.834.4142 for details

Letter from Board President
Click here to download a letter of thanks from Barbara Rodgers, President of the FOF Board of Directors. (February 2014)


A research team at Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo, NY is looking for African-American and Caucasian women living in, or willing to travel to, the Buffalo, New York, area who are postmenopausal, between the ages of 45 and 75 and have never had any type of cancer (except skin cancer) to participate in a study that is using flaxseed to look at the connections between race, genes, hormones, and breast cancer risk.

For more information on the study visit armyofwomen.org

The Breast Cancer Society Calls for Entries to Receive Educational Scholarships



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Recent Breast Cancer News

Tackling a Racial Gap in Breast Cancer Survival

Ysabel Duron Goes Off Camera for Great 2nd Act
(Latinas Contra Cancer is one of Friends of Faith's grant recipients)

Even Moderate Drinking Linked to Increased Cancer Risk

Study Divides Breast Cancer Into Four Distinct Types

Breast Cancer is Rare in Men, but They Fare Worse

Some Veggies Improve Breast Cancer Survival: Study

Early Study Hints That Breast Cancer Vaccine Might Work

Early Study Hints That Breast Cancer Vaccine Might Work

Breast Cancer Death Rate Drops 10 percent in 5 Years

Estrogen Only Therapy May Help Reduce Breast Cancer

Studies Confirm Natural Remedies for Fighting Breast Cancer

Komen Reverses Decision But Planned Parenthood Fallout Continues

Top Susan G. Komen Official Resigns After Planned Parenthood Flap

Quality of Life for Younger Breast Cancer Patients More Adversely Affected Than Older Women

Breast Cancer Before 50 Linked to More Distress

Statins May Work Against Certain Breast Quality of Life for Younger Breast Cancer Patients More Adversely Affected Than Older Women

Quality of Life for Younger Breast Cancer Patients More Adversely Affected Than Older Women

Breast Cancer Before 50 Linked to More Distress

Statins May Work Against Certain Breast Cancers

FDA Revokes Avastin's Use in Breast Cancer

Alcohol and the Risk of Breast Cancer?

Creator of "Pink Ribbon" Campaign Dies

Itchy Breasts

Mammograms and Breast Cancer

Stopping the spread of Breast Cancer