Stopping Breast Cancer In It’s Tracks

A women’s lifetime risk of developing breast cancer has grown from 1 in 20 in 1970 to 1 in 8 today.

Approximately 90% of the new cases occur in women and these women have no family history of the disease.

African American women are more likely than other women to die from the disease.

88% of our United Staes farm workers are Latino and are exposed to cancer linked pesticides.

–Source: Breast Cancer Action

This organization states there are thousands of environmental links to breast cncer. We are exposed to toxins in our food, air, soil, and water. We need to eliminate toxins in our everyday life.