We’re proud to offer you companion pieces to the Think Pink, Live Green column from Breastcancer.org Chief Medical Officer Marisa Weiss, M.D. – the Think Pink, Live Green booklet and checklist!
Download these resources and read about:
- the biology of breast development
- why breast cancer is a major public health problem
- how modern life affects breast cancer risk
- 31 risk-reducing steps you can take
The fully referenced version of the Think Pink, Live Green guide contains a complete list of the supporting scientific reference sources used to create the content. The checklist contains reminders of easy everyday steps you can take to reduce your risk.
Download the Think Pink, Live Green Checklist (PDF, 524KB)
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