Reaching Out to end Breast Cancer in OUR lifetime!
BREAST CANCER OUTREACH FOUNDATION
CNA Marian Amune
Has studied in England and is now studying for her RN degree.
Studied Management at the University of Scranton and worked as an aero space engineer at Allied Signal Company.
A physician's assistant student interested in solving breast cancer in her lifetime.
Received his law degree from the University of Florida, cum laude, 1985 and is Executive Director.
PFIZER FOUNDATION PROVIDES TWO MATCHING GIFTS TO BREAST CANCER OUTREACH FOUNDATION, INC.
November 23, 2015 we were advised of being recipients of 2 matching gifts by the Pfizer Foundation Matching Gift Program.
Cancer isn't seasonal, which is why our year-round Outreach drive gets so much attention. Devote an afternoon to visiting a local hospital cancer ward and see first-hand the families we help daily. Regularly perform a breast self inspection and get a mammogram.
Locally, nationally and internationally, Breast Cancer Outreach Foundation raises money and gives pharmaceuticals for Breast Cancer treatment for those suffering from Breast Cancer in third- world countries. We educate and encourage women and men to get screening and treatment.
A research team conducting phase III clinical vaccine trials in San Antonio and other locations across the US needs your help immediately. Basic medical supplies, pipettes and lab equipment are in need. Make your contribution now to support this program run by civilian Doctors. This is one of the two vaccine programs we fund.
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Work with us to end Breast Cancer around the World!
At this time there are 2.9 million Breast Cancer survivors in the US. It is the second largest cancer killer of women next to lung cancer. 2,190 men will get Breast Cancer this year, according to the American Cancer Society estimates, and 410 men will die this year in the US from it. For more than 13 years, most research and clinical trials have devoted testing efforts to find a vaccine for breast cancer by targeting a protein, peptide or antigen in the cancer cell. Some research has also focused on whole-cell vaccines and some on dendritic-cell vaccines. With the 5 year test period completed, the breast cancer recurrence rate was cut by 50% by military researchers. Other researchers at the Cleveland Clinic have developed testing for a vaccine that should be available to humans by 2018. We also send pharmaceuticals and mammography equipment to third-world countries to help indigent patients in need.
A retired security officer, now he writes books advocating the removal of alcohol from televison
and print media.
Has 40 years experience in Social Services and a Masters Degree.
Joan L. Dietz
Director of Faith Based Ministries and Director of Outreach.
CAN YOU DONATE A VEHICLE TO SUPPORT BREAST CANCER OUTREACH? CALL 844 323-GIVE (4483)