Many factors tied to breast cancer development are out of our control, such as family history, breast density, and age of the first menstrual period. It is expected that 1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer at some point in their life. While the risks are certainly high, recent studies have found a high
Dr. Susan Wadia-Ells tackles breast cancer prevention in new book: Busting Breast Cancer Breast cancer has been on the rise. “Will I be the 1 in 8 women who develops breast cancer at some point in my life?” It’s undoubtedly a scary question, but with more and more women falling victim to this disease, one
The Helen Knoll Foundation is partnering with the San Diego Blood Bank and GrassrootsHealth.net to launch a pilot study on the benefits of optimal vitamin D3 blood serum levels and lowering the occurrence of breast cancer. The Helen Knoll Foundation will be launching a GoFundMe campaign on Giving Tuesday ( December 1st, 2020 ) to
Thank you for being our guest speaker at our Stroll case for Second Base this past Thursday. We finally finished counting all the money and 15% of the proceeds came to $500 which we will be donated to the Helen Knoll Foundation! We are super excited to be supporting the cause.