From Pink to Prevention Press Releases and News

Media Release – 18/10/18 Diana Ward Exhibition Make the Connection / From Pink to Prevention

Media Release – 20/10/17 Brexit, chemicals and breast cancer event Press Release

Media Release – 21/10/16 This breast cancer month, we need to ask why are we still ignoring the elephant in the room?

Media Release – 1/10/15 Remove the Pink Ribbon Blindfold and Ask the Big Question

Media Release 16/12/14 – A new campaign on breast cancer: environment, occupation & obstacles to getting both of these risk factors taken seriously in the breast cancer debate.

Other News Items of Interest

Chemicals in Textiles  – Risks to Human health and the Environment from The Swedish Chemicals Agency. Oct 2014

Calls to Ban Toxic Chemicals Fall on Deaf Ears Around the World. Oct 30 2014. Newsweek

The Right to die, Quarantine sideshow, Preventing disease & Pinkwashing cancer Oct 28 2014 RT

Plasticizers overexposure a breast cancer risk: study July 21 2014, Taipei Times

Abolishing Mammography Screening Programs? A View from the Swiss Medical Board April 23 2014 The New England Journal of Medicine

Toxic chemicals are the little monsters in children’s clothing January 14 2014 Greenpeace

Special report: Scientists critical of EU chemical policy have industry ties September 23 2013 Environmental Health News

The Collegium Ramazzini releases an official position on Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs) and Chemicals Safety Policy in the EU June 13 2013 The Collegium Ramazzini

Environmental Factors and Breast Cancer – Huffington Post June 2013

89 scientists join call for EU action on hormone-disrupting chemicals May 24 2013

 Are mainstream breast cancer awareness initiatives hurting more than they’re helping? April 29 2013 Feministing

Press Release: WHO/UNEP strongly endorse need to regulate as endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) identified as ‘global threat’ February 20 2013 Alliance for Cancer Prevention

Stopping Breast Cancer Before It Starts. From Pink to Prevention asks breast cancer charities, government and industry to act upon the evidence linking environmental and occupational links to breast cancer.

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