We are all advocates. When we express our opinion at work, defend our children, ask questions of our doctors and even when we vote, we are advocating for what we believe in. Patient advocates have a unique perspective on breast cancer because they have experienced firsthand the fear, the uncertainty, the choices, the treatments and their side effects. However, to be a truly effective advocate, you must be able to look beyond your own individual case and raise your voice for the good of all breast cancer patients. BCCRF aims to help you become an educated and effective advocate. Please join us in making a difference in others’ lives and your own.

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