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Thank you Evelyn Lauder

Our sympathy goes out to the family, friends and colleagues of Evelyn Lauder. Her amazing journey through breast cancer brought us the designation of Breast Cancer Awareness month by Congress, the Breast Cancer Research Foundation and a Breast Center at…Read More

Families Affected By Breast Cancer Need Your Help!!!

Hello Supporters!  Our newest petition is off to a slow start and we need your help!  Click on or cut and paste the following link to your browser: …Read More

SUPPORT COVERAGE OF GENETIC TESTING FOR FAMILIES AFFECTED BY BREAST CANCER!

On June 7, 2010, the Committed To A Cure advocacy team delivered a petition signed by 3.7+ million people, like you, who had hoped that the petition would spark debate regarding genetic testing as an early detection tool in breast cancer screening. We have…Read More

Help Families Affected By Breast Cancer!

On June 7, 2010, the Committed To A Cure advocacy team delivered a petition signed by 3.7+ million supporters of the cause who had hoped that the petition would spark debate between our government medical insurance companies regarding genetic testing as an…Read More

Become a fan for the cause!

Hello Cause Members! We'd like to thank you all for your dedication to this cause. We've got a fan page available and we'd like to invite all of our cause members to become a "fan" of Committed To A Cure! Thanks for all of your support! Lori

We Need YOU To Follow Us On Twitter @Committed2ACure !!

Hello Cause Members!!! We are so very grateful for all of your support of the past few years. We're still trying to develop our social media chops and with that in mind, we're looking for our supporters to follow us on Twitter! Follow us…Read More

ACT NOW To Help Breast Cancer Survivors Still In Treatment!!

Good Morning! This is so IMPORTANT!!! Take the time to contact YOUR Congressperson Senator to fight for breast cancer patients on Avastin!!! The FDA will make the decision TOMORROW whether or not to rescind the use of this drug for late stage breast cancer…Read More
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