- Why Research
- Our Impact
- Get Involved
- About BCRF
- Contact Us
You are here
After testing positive for a BRCA2 mutation, along with five of his seven siblings, David took control of his health
Eileen’s story shows how much progress has been made against breast cancer thanks to research
Actor Emma Myles on supporting breast cancer research and her mom, Eileen
Thanks to research, Jade Tan could deliver a healthy baby and be treated for stage 3 breast cancer
Comedian Suzette Simon raises awareness of breast cancer disparities and research
Mackenzie Dougherty credits research for helping her be proactive about her health—and detect triple-negative breast cancer early
Previvor and BRCA2 mutation carrier Erika Stallings credits research for arming her with information to take steps to reduce her risk of breast cancer
Yen Lam credits research for helping her survive invasive lobular carcinoma and get back to what she loves: running
HER2-positive breast cancer once had one of the worst prognoses. Thanks to new therapies made possible by research, people like Uma Iyengar have cures.
BCRF investigator Dr. Neil Iyengar was already motivated to improve outcomes for people with breast cancer through his work. Then his mom was diagnosed.