Who We Are. What We Do.
The Breast Cancer Support Project, a program of Cancer Recovery Foundation International, leads in the mission of eliminating breast cancer as a life-threatening illness. The mission is accomplished through:
Focused on the over-looked issue of environmental toxins as a cause of breast cancer. In conjunction with its parent nonprofit, research is currently being sponsored at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas.
The project teaches whole-person cancer recovery and promotes breast cancer prevention. In addition to treatment, we help patients create wellness—a new view of survival and prevention.
We provide emergency financial assistance to patients in need.
The Breast Cancer Support Project is the leading voice of whole-person breast cancer prevention and recovery.
We are passionate and laser-focused on our mission.
Our promise: we will not rest until breast cancer is no longer a life-threatening disease.
Join us. Make your voice heard.
It’s a new day in the world of Breast Cancer
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