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Breast Cancer Action Saskatchewan  
http://www.bcask.ca/
Forms an organization that makes the lives of Saskatchewan residents affected by breast cancer more manageable through information, education, advocacy, support and networking. Provides access to their newsletter. (See Details)
First Nations Breast Cancer Society  
http://www.fnbreastcancer.bc.ca/
Offers support and education to aboriginal women who have breast cancer. Website includes instructions on how to order breast self-examination and breast cancer awareness videos and how to contact healing circles in British Columbia. (See Details)
Breast Cancer Society of Canada  
http://www.bcsc.ca/
Funds research on the detection, prevention, and treatment of breast cancer. Also works to increase public awareness of the issue of breast cancer and to make the fight against breast cancer a top priority of Canada’s medical research. (See Details)
Canadian Breast Cancer Network  
http://www.cbcn.ca
Links groups and individuals concerned about breast cancer, and represents the concerns of Canadians affected by breast cancer and those at risk. Website includes an online newsletter and information resources about breast cancer. // Le RCCS favorise le développement de liens nationaux entre les groupes et les personnes qui s'intéressent au cancer du sein et fait part des inquiétudes des Canadiennes concernant le cancer du sein. Entre autres, son site offre des liens vers des ressources canadiennes et internationales. (See Details)
Y-ME National Breast Cancer Organization  
http://www.y-me.org/
Seeks to decrease the impact of breast cancer, create and increase breast cancer awareness, and ensure through information, empowerment, and peer support that no one faces breast cancer alone. Site provides facts and information in English and Spanish. (See Details)
Breast Cancer Prevention Coalition  
http://www.stopcancer.org
Forms an organization whose aim and focus is to ensure that primary cancer prevention ranks equally with efforts to treat and cure this disease. Through education and advocacy, they work for a prominent place at the table for primary prevention in areas such as public policy, research, and funding. (See Details)
Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation  
http://www.cbcf.org/
Funds, supports and advocates for breast cancer research, education and awareness programs, early diagnosis and effective treatment, and a positive quality of life for those living with breast cancer. (See Details)
Connecting Rainbows Breast Cancer Support Group
Provides peer support and information through sharing and caring. Improves the quality of life of women survuivors or breast cancer.
Breast Cancer Fund  
http://www.breastcancerfund.org/

Works to show the connections between breast cancer and exposures to chemicals and radiation in everyday environments. Translates the growing body of scientific evidence linking breast cancer and environmental exposures into public education and advocacy campaigns that protect health and reduce breast cancer risk. Attempts to transform how our society thinks about and uses chemicals and radiation  with the goal of preventing breast cancer and sustaining health and life.

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Bay Area Breast Cancer and the Environment Research Center (BABCERC)  
http://bayarea.bcerc.org

One of four centers nationwide that studies the environmental causes of breast cancer by focusing on mammary gland development during puberty when the breast may be especially vulnerable to environmental influences. The Center is based at the University of California San Francisco under the leadership of Dr. Robert A. Hiatt, Director of Population Sciences, UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center.

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