Breast cancer is a disease of the genes that touches nearly everyone. Family. Friends. Colleagues. You.
This year, one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer, and 85% of those women will have no known risks other than being female and getting older.
The Edith Sanford Breast Cancer Foundation is conducting cutting-edge genomic research that will help us identify the mutations that cause breast cancer, as well as the treatments that can effectively target and shut down those mutations. Through our nimble in-house research/clinical network, we will translate these discoveries into improved methods of prevention and treatment, resulting in less suffering and fewer adverse side effects for women everywhere.
Help us crack the code.