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The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation provides information about breast health: being breast aware; knowing about breast cancer risk factors and ways to help reduce the risk of breast cancer; and being informed about breast cancer screening.
The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation provides information about breast cancer: the disease and its impact in Canada; how it is diagnosed and treated; and issues related to living with breast cancer and when active treatment ends.
To help you to see the good work that CBCF is doing across Canada, this section of our website is all about providing you with information on how your donation dollars are spent each year.
The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation puts donor dollars to work in support of its mission by awarding grants for research and community health projects across the full spectrum of breast health, including prevention and education, screening, diagnosis, treatment and care.
There are many ways to support the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. Find out how you can volunteer, participate, fundraise, Run for the Cure, donate or shop for the cure.
With over 100 National and Regional Partners & Sponsors, we have developed a model of sponsorship and cause marketing that is based on best practice and have proven mutual value to many of our partners.
Need help? Looking for more information? Be sure to visit our Frequently Asked Questions section or contact CBCF today!
We can inform you about financial resources, breast health, treatments, breast cancer journey, local community support groups and simply having someone to speak with who’s been there.
People are often at a loss about what to say and do when a friend or family member is diagnosed with cancer. Learn how you can support someone with practical suggestions you can do to help.
BRA (Breast Reconstruction Awareness) Day’s events and online resources help provide Canadian women with access to accurate and unbiased information so that each can make an informed decision.
Did you know that we train facilitators who volunteer to lead breast cancer support groups in their community? We can help you start your own group or find existing support near you.
Breast cancer is often thought of as one disease, but it is actually a group of different cancers that affect the breast. And, there are several types. That's why no two cancers are alike.
Knowing how your breasts normally look and feel and change through time can help you detect breast cancer earlier and can give you more treatment options. Find out how to look and feel for changes.
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