Advertisement & Sponsorship Standards
Last updated on March 1, 2022
To provide you with the highest quality, up-to-date and comprehensive, information you find on Breastcancer.org at no cost to our audience, we seek funding through various sources including advertisements and corporate sponsorships. Like other health media sites (and most nonprofit organizations and academic institutions), we also depend on unrestricted educational grants from manufacturers of medications and other healthcare products and services.
We accept educational sponsorship from pharmaceutical companies with a long history and commitment to patient education and support. While we maintain an unbreachable wall between our editorial process and our sponsors, we see our sponsors and advertisers as valuable contributors in our mission to help people affected by breast cancer.
To protect the integrity of our content and the sacred trust of our audience, the following rules guide our advertising standards:
Breastcancer.org has the sole discretion for determining the types of advertising that will be accepted and displayed on our site. We retain the right to reject advertising that is contrary to our mission and will not accept advertising in any form for any products or services known to be harmful to a person’s health (such as tobacco products).
All advertising on the site is clearly identified as advertising and is kept separate from editorial content.
The presence of any advertising at Breastcancer.org is neither an endorsement of nor a guarantee for the product, service, or company (or the claims made in such advertising) by Breastcancer.org.