Friday, October 07, 2005

The Breast Views Blog: The Origin of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Here's an interesting article, written by Sharon Batt and Liza Gross and published in Sierra Magazine.

Cancer, Inc.

They make the chemicals, they run the treatment centers, and they're still looking for "the cure" no wonder they won't tell you about breast cancer prevention.

Here's an excerpt to wet you whistle....

"The primary sponsor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, AstraZeneca (formerly known as Zeneca), is a British-based multinational giant that manufactures the cancer drug tamoxifen as well as fungicides and herbicides, including the carcinogen acetochlor. Its Perry, Ohio, chemical plant is the third-largest source of potential cancer-causing pollution in the United States, releasing 53,000 pounds of recognized carcinogens into the air in 1996."

"When Zeneca created Breast Cancer Awareness Month in 1985, it was owned by Imperial Chemical Industries, a multibillion-dollar producer of pesticides, paper, and plastics. State and federal agencies sued ICI in 1990, alleging that it dumped DDT and PCBs-both banned in the United States since the 1970s-in Los Angeles and Long Beach harbors. Any mention of what role such chemicals may be playing in rising breast cancer rates is missing from Breast Cancer Awareness Month promos."

More here.

Sue Richards

Other Links and Blogs of mine. Maybe even of interest to you...or maybe not...
I'm just sayin.

Breast of Canada Calendar
Calendar Girl Blog
The Breast Views Blog
My Menopause Blog

1 Brilliant Observations:

Blogger Mike said...

Recommend you investigate the abortion - breast cancer link that has been thoroughly covered up by political and ideological forces

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2:10 PM  

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