Breast Cancer Awareness for Mothers and Daughters

*Disclaimer - This is a sponsored post in partnership with Breast Cancer and the Environment Research Program.

Are you wanting to learn more about how you can spread breast cancer awareness?

As a mother of two daughters, it's important to me that I help them later in life to learn how they can take the right steps to help reduce their risk of breast cancer.

A friend of our family lost her life to breast cancer and another cancer as well, and that opens your eyes to wanting to make sure that you do all that you can to make sure that it doesn't happen to you, health wise if you can help it.

Scientists, physicians, and community partners in the Breast Cancer and the Enviroment Research Program (BCERP), which is supported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), study the effects of environmental exposures on breast cancer risk later in life. They created a mother-daughter toolkit mothers can use to talk to their daughters about steps to take together to reduce risk.

Please feel free to take a few minutes to take the following survey to help with the important work researchers are doing!

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