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J&J Commits to Safer Cosmetics Worldwide

Johnson & Johnson to phase out chemicals of concern from baby and adult cosmetics by 2015.

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04.23.14

New Rules for Chemicals Needed to Protect Health (Roll Call, 4/21/14)

In an opinion piece for Roll Call Jeanne Rizzo argues that Congress has utterly failed to effectively regulate the chemical industry, and shares responsibility for widespread toxic chemical contamination of people and the environment. "Will Congress become relevant by leading...

04.23.14

5 tips to reduce your risk and protect the planet

Many of the things you can do to protect you and your family from toxic exposures are also good for the planet.

04.16.14

Are lipsticks dangerous? (CNN, 4/4/2014)

Sharima Rasanayagam This article, which was written by Breast Cancer Fund Director of Science Sharima Rasanayagam, appears on CNN.com. Every day millions of women apply lipstick without a second thought. What many don't know is that lipsticks may contain lead,...

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State of the Evidence

The Connection Between Breast Cancer and the Environment

State of the Evidence 2010

From 2002 to 2010, the Breast Cancer Fund produced six editions of the landmark report, State of the Evidence: The Connection between Breast Cancer and the Environment. Each edition presented a comprehensive summary of the scientific evidence to date linking exposures to chemicals and radiation in our everyday environments to increased breast cancer risk. Access a PDF of the 2010 edition, authored by Janet Gray, Ph.D.

Now we’ve made the science more accessible than ever by translating the printed report into dynamic online content that’s available right here on this website. Explore the evidence in the Clear Science section.



Welcome to State of the Evidence 2010 online!

We hope this report, chronicling the chemical and radiation links to breast cancer, provides the science and solutions you need to protect yourself and future generations.

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