Le scandale Octobre Rose démontré par une radiologue

Le dépistage du cancer du sein est-il non seulement inutile, mais en plus dangereux ?

Vidéo publiée le 14 octobre 2018.

Le Dr Cécile Bour, Médecin Radiologue, a participé au dépistage organisé des cancers du sein, puis a cessé après des années de pratique.

Cécile Bour, médecin radiologue, est la fondatrice de l’association Cancer Rose, qui diffuse de nombreuses informations scientifiques sur les dangers du dépistage organisé du cancer du sein.

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Pink Anti-Cancer Food that is Good for You

Pinkwashing and Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Many of the ‘pink’ labelled food sold in October actually can cause cancer!

Many of the ‘pink’ products sold in October actually can cause cancer!

As prevention, these pink anti-cancer foods are a great start.

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When Carcinogenic Cosmetics are sold to Breast Cancer Victims…

Read Alice’s full story and join her in TAKING ACTION

BreastCancerAction is telling the Personal Care Products Council and the American Cancer Society that “Poison Isn’t Pretty.” @BCAction demand these multi-million dollar industry giants stop pinkwashing and start protecting women’s health.

Look Good, Feel Better is a program run by the Personal Care Products Council and the American Cancer Society; they hold free workshops that give beauty tips and complimentary makeup kits to women in cancer treatment—support that some women understandably value while facing a cancer diagnosis.

The downside? Many of the products offered to women in Look Good, Feel Better make-up kits contain chemicals linked to increased cancer risk and some of the chemicals may actually interfere with breast cancer treatment.

Demand these multi-million dollar industry giants stop pinkwashing and start protecting women’s health.

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Finding Toxic Chemicals linked to Cancer in my Given Cosmetics

Read Katy’s full story and join her in TAKING ACTION

BreastCancerAction is telling the Personal Care Products Council and the American Cancer Society that “Poison Isn’t Pretty.” @BCAction demand these multi-million dollar industry giants stop pinkwashing and start protecting women’s health.

Look Good, Feel Better is a program run by the Personal Care Products Council and the American Cancer Society; they hold free workshops that give beauty tips and complimentary makeup kits to women in cancer treatment—support that some women understandably value while facing a cancer diagnosis.

The downside? Many of the products offered to women in Look Good, Feel Better make-up kits contain chemicals linked to increased cancer risk and some of the chemicals may actually interfere with breast cancer treatment.

Demand these multi-million dollar industry giants stop pinkwashing and start protecting women’s health.

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Top 5 Food Tips for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

We are what we eat – but that isn’t always a good thing

By reducing our exposure to toxic chemicals in our food, we reduce our risk of disease.

It’s time to #RethinkThePink, and stop breast cancer before it starts!

  1. Choose organic fruits and veggies – avoid pesticides
  2. If you eat meat, choose hormone-free
  3. Avoid canned foods
  4. Ditch Teflon® Pots and Pans
  5. Catch Some Non-toxic Seafood

Read #RethinkThe Pink: Top 5 Food Tips for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
by breastcancerfund, September 30, 2015.

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Top 5 Beauty Tips for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Beauty can be expensive, but should it cost you your health?

Beauty can be expensive, but should it cost you your health?

It’s time to #RethinkThePink, and stop breast cancer before it starts!

  1. Simplify
  2. DIY
  3. Research products yourself
  4. Read labels and avoid chemicals linked to breast cancer
  5. Get involved

Read #RethinkThePink: Top 5 Beauty Tips for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
by breastcancerfund, September 29, 2015.

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Poison is not Pretty

Cosmetic industry must stop pinkwashing and start protecting our health

BreastCancerAction is telling the Personal Care Products Council and the American Cancer Society that “Poison Isn’t Pretty.” @BCAction demand these multi-million dollar industry giants stop pinkwashing and start protecting women’s health.

Look Good, Feel Better is a program run by the Personal Care Products Council and the American Cancer Society; they hold free workshops that give beauty tips and complimentary makeup kits to women in cancer treatment—support that some women understandably value while facing a cancer diagnosis.

The downside? Many of the products offered to women in Look Good, Feel Better make-up kits contain chemicals linked to increased cancer risk and some of the chemicals may actually interfere with breast cancer treatment.

Demand these multi-million dollar industry giants stop pinkwashing and start protecting women’s health.

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Breast Cancer, Pink Ribbons and Safer Chemicals

Let’s stop breast cancer before it starts!

rethink-the-pink poster
Pink ribbons are everywhere, but when 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer, how much more awareness do we need?

It’s time to #RethinkThePink, and stop breast cancer before it starts!

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Why it is Time to ReThink the Pink

Let’s stop breast cancer before it starts!

time-to-rethink-the-pink poster
Pink ribbons are everywhere, but when 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer, how much more awareness do we need?

It’s time to #RethinkThePink, and stop breast cancer before it starts!

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Why pinkwashing became a household word

Think Before You Pink 2012 Retrospective.

It’s time to #ThinkBeforeYouPink, and stop breast cancer before it starts!

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  • Think Before You Pink, a project of Breast Cancer Action, launched in 2002 in response to the growing concern about the overwhelming number of pink ribbon products and promotions on the market.
    The campaign calls for more transparency and accountability by companies that take part in breast cancer fundraising, and encourages consumers to ask critical questions about pink ribbon promotions.
  • Video uploaded on 29 November 2013 by BCaction channel.
  • More BPA and EDCs chemicals videos on our YT channel.