Health educators Angelica Medina, MA, and Naomi Cunningham, MA, help participants learn about the factors that can increase risk, best tools for early detection and available resources. Click here to read the article Bilingual Breast Cancer Workshop, Adelphi organization offering help in two languages printed in the Anton newspaper.
On Sunday, July 6, 2014 Hillary Rutter and Dale Flashner appeared on the Today Show with Pat Battle to talk about our Creative Cups Fundraiser. Watch the Today Show video.
Creative Cups Workshops To the Rescue. As seen in The Floral Park Weekend (July 9-15, 2014), Mermaid Art Studio in Long Beach is offering 2 hour workshops to help participants to design and realize their artistic vision. Read the full article.
Article featured in The New York Times “Outsmarting Breast Cancer With Evolving Therapies.” Read the full NYT article.
Get out your needle and thread, glue gun, fabric, beads and paint. Creative Cups is back. See articles on Creative Cups.
Article featured in Manhasset Magazine “A War Chest Against Breast Cancer”
$3 million and countless good deeds later, the Manhasset Women’s Coalition Against Breast Cancer fights on. Read the full article.
Article featured in the New York Times “When Men Get Breast Cancer.” This is a provocative new photography series featuring the faces, and scars, of men with breast cancer. Read the full NYT article.
True Love After Breast Cancer: Theresa Back-Huggett never imagined she’d be dealing with breast cancer at age 26. Now happily married, she talks about her struggles dating with breast cancer. Read the article from Everyday Health.
Things Are Looking Pink at Adelphi University. The Long Island Business News profiled our campus-wide breast cancer awareness campaign, which is the first of its kind for a major university. Read the LIBN article.
Cancer Survivor Gives Back. Read about Adelphi Breast Cancer Hotline volunteer Narges Rothermel.
Westbury Cancer Survivors Give Back. Grateful Westbury residents volunteer with Adelphi Breast Cancer Hotline.
The importance of screening and early detection for breast cancer may seem well known. But according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) not everyone has heeded the message and breast cancer is a primary cancer killer of Latino women. Angelica and Naomi, breast health educators from the Sisters United in Health/Hermanas Unidas en la Salud initiative collaborated with the Hispanic Access Foundation to provide breast health workshops in New York to educate about prevention and early detection of breast cancer. Read more.
Gene’s Family Legacy . Newsday posted an article about BRCA mutations.
Delthia Ricks, Newsday 7/8/2013
Click here to read an article posted online at USA Today.com.
Gene flaws common in black women with breast cancer
Marilynn Marchione, Associated Press 6/3/2013
Click here to read an article printed in Science Daily
Single Dose Radiation at Time of Surgery Helps Women With Early
Stage Breast Cancer Forego 6-7 Week Radiation Regimen
Science Daily, 7/5/2012
Click here to read the story of two women, great food and good deeds.
A Big Serving Of Southern Fried Goodness
Long Island Weekly, Anton Community Newspapers, 6/26/2013 – 7/2/2013
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Fighting With Their Feet
Cousins battle breast cancer with fund-raising walks.
Printed in the Anton Community Newspaper 5/3/2013
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AG Shuts Down Major Professional Fundraiser
Printed in New York Nonprofit Press, 5/6/2013
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