The PA Breast Cancer Coalition is now accepting applications for our Breast Cancer Research Grants Initiative. If you are a PA-based breast cancer researcher looking for funding, submit your letter of intent no later than Friday, May 6, 2016. Find out all of the information, download the application and budget form here.
Together, we will find a cure for breast cancer now...so our daughters won't have to.
Did you know? Screening 3D mammograms are now free for women insured under Pennsylvania law. First Lady Frances Wolf made the
announcement at the PA Breast Cancer Coalition Conference on October 5, 2015. The ruling clarifies an existing law that the PBCC worked to pass in the 1990s. Screening 3D mammograms are also now free for women insured through Medicaid in PA. Want more info?
Celebrate Life this Mother's Day. Get a Mammogram.
With Mother's Day right around the corner, the PA Breast Cancer Coalition invites you to think of the women in your life. Your mother, your sister, your aunt, your daughter, your friends. Give them the best gift this year: an annual reminder to get that life-saving mammogram!
The PBCC is bringing its traveling photo exhibit, 67 Women, 67 Counties: Facing Breast Cancer in Pennsylvania to Einstein Medical Center Montgomery on Tuesday, May 17th at 5:00pm. Join us for a free reception, featuring light refreshments and a short speaking program to kick-off the exhibit's stay at Einstein Montgomery!Learn more and RSVP
Join the PBCC and Sen. Bob Mensch in supporting Senate Bill 842 which requires insurance companies to cover additional screenings like ultrasounds or MRIs for women with dense breasts. Will you help us? Watch our video and find out how you can save lives. Watch the video!
Find an event in your area or learn how to host an event of your own and help support the PBCC!
One man and one Corvette are making one huge difference for breast cancer survivors in Pennsylvania. Find out how YOU can be a part of his journey and honor a loved one who has battled or is currently battling breast cancer.