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The Progress Report Progress never stops. Stay informed with the latest news on breast cancer research, treatment, and prevention.


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This month, fuboTV Inc., the leading sports-first live TV streaming platform, is going the distance for breast cancer research by launching a new philanthropic pa

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Thanks to research, we know that there are several proven steps women can take to reduce their risk of breast cancer—with eating a well-balanced diet and getting regular exercise top among them.

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The BCRF family is mourning the tragic passing of Alex Woo, founder and creative designer of Alex Woo, Inc., at the age of 47.

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This year, give more by giving back with BCRF partner products that donate to breast cancer research.

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Self-care looks different for everyone. For some, it involves pursuing activities that help maintain a healthy lifestyle.

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BCRF’s corporate partners play a critical role in bringing us closer to a world without breast cancer by harnessing the power of their brands, consumers, communities, and employees to support life-saving research.

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Without a doubt, many of us will be spending more time at home this fall and winter. If you’re looking to keep your family occupied or try your hand at a new hobby or project, BCRF partners have products to help.

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Now, more than ever, small businesses need our support. At BCRF, we have a network of small businesses and entrepreneurs who have been directly impacted by breast cancer that help us fund more hours of breast cancer research through their products.

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Mother’s Day may look very different this year, between the stresses of facing the COVID-19 crisis (especially for those diagnosed with breast cancer) and the fact that, for most people, gathering in person to celebrate the holiday won’t be possible.

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At BCRF, our corporate partners help accelerate research breakthroughs that improve cancer prevention, diagnosis, treatment outcomes, and survivorship.