How the American Cancer Society Fights Breast Cancer
Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in the United States (other than skin cancer). But millions of women are surviving the disease thanks in part to early detection and improvements in treatment.
The American Cancer Society is actively fighting breast cancer by helping women get tested to find breast cancer earlier, and helping them understand their treatment options and cope with the physical and emotional side effects. We also fund research to help prevent, find, and treat breast cancer.LEARN ABOUT BREAST CANCER Volunteer to Help Donate Now
BREAST CANCER INFORMATION FOR PATIENTS
Whether you’re trying to reduce your risk of breast cancer, increase the chance of finding it early, or coping with a diagnosis, the American Cancer Society has comprehensive information to help you understand your options.
BREAST CANCER RESEARCH
The American Cancer Society has played a role in nearly every breast cancer breakthrough in recent history. Our staff of full-time researchers produce detailed analyses of breast cancer trends and investigate the links between lifestyle and breast cancer. We also fund external researchers dedicated to finding better ways to prevent, detect, and treat the disease, and improve the quality of life of breast cancer patients and survivors.
PROGRAMS AND SERVICES FOR PEOPLE WITH BREAST CANCER
Join the fight against breast cancer. Your support helps us raise awareness and funds that help people reduce their risk of cancer; provide free programs and services for breast cancer patients; and fund groundbreaking breast cancer research. Your participation also helps our advocacy affiliate, the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network, make sure breast cancer remains a priority issue for elected officials.