NBCC’s advocacy has resulted in more than $3.9 billion federal dollars for breast cancer research.
Breast cancer accounts for nearly a quarter of all cancers in women worldwide.
The DOD BCRP was created as a result of NBCC’s “$300 Million More” campaign to increase federal funding for breast cancer research.
The National Breast Cancer Coalition is committed to continuing to mobilize citizen advocates to end breast cancer and to a meaningful dialogue and collaboration with Congress and a new White House to make our mission a reality. We will not let the memory of January 6 do anything other than increase our resolve.
Setting New Priorities, Navigating the New Congress, and More!
The results of some trials exploring the potential clinical value of some drugs in the early breast cancer setting are beginning to surface.
NBCC is excited to announce that we will hold our 2021 Virtual Advocate Leadership Summit on May 13th-15th, followed by Lobby Day on May 18th. Join with fellow survivors, advocates, and members of the breast cancer community, who are lending their voice and transforming breast cancer research and public policy, and ensuring quality healthcare for all.