Wednesday, March 24, 2010

What's your story?

Here on Loop many of our most popular stories are written by women who are not professional journalists.

Most have personally experienced breast cancer. Some like Neile Jones or Caitlin Thayer have other connections to the causes. There are also experts like Doc Gurley, Skinny Chef Jennifer Iserloh, and Tara Rodden Robinson the productivity maven who graciously donate their expertise.

If you are involved in a breast cancer charity, we would love to keep in touch and know what you are up to.

So what's your story? Do you know of a really unique project, or a remarkable woman with breast cancer?

If you are an established blogger, posting a guest blog here can help connect you with a great community of writers and expand your audience.

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1 comment:

  1. Less than 2% of the scientific research on breast cancer is devoted to discovery of its causes; rather, the overwhelming focus has been on early diagnosis and treatment of disease once it occurs. This is certainly understandable; researchers must prioritize their efforts and resources and it is perfectly reasonable to focus first on those who are already ill.

    However, it is impossible to "catch up" with the 1.3 million women who will be diagnosed with breast cancer around the world this year. The breast cancer epidemic is now so large that we simply must devote more research to discovery of the causes of breast cancer and focus on primary prevention.

    It is part of the mission of the Breast Health & Healing Foundation to redirect the attention of the scientific community to discovery of the causes of breast cancer.

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