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Take Action!


If we stand by and do nothing, nothing will change.  People will continue to be bombarded by more than 80,000 chemicals every day, the majority of which have never been tested for human safety.  Of those that have been tested, the vast majority were found to cause cancer and numerous other diseases.

It shouldn't take hours of toxin research before buying groceries and skin care products, purchasing toys and household items.  These things should be safe before they are sold, but they're NOT!  Policy makers have a shameful legacy of inaction that we MUST put an end to.  You have a part to play.

Each and every person is capable of being an activist:

* Talking to friends and family
* Regularly contacting your representatives in Congress
* Writing school reports
* Encouraging employers to get involved
* Organizing community members
* Using social media to educate others
* Sharing your expertise
* Contacting the media
* Participating in boycotts/protests
Overall encouraging others to focus on the issues at hand

Large or small, we each have a part to play,
and collectively we can change anything.
“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It's not.”
~ Theodore Seuss Geisel ~ (Dr. Seuss)
We simply cannot keep looking away because it is too sad or too unbelievable or too overwhelming!!

  We must step out of our safety zone and face this beast!!  

We cannot continue to quietly participate in our own poisoning!  We must join together, BREAK THE SILENCE and demand CHANGE we can LIVE with!

These are a few resources for educating and advocating for real change in the way we 'treat' and prevent cancer.

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On-Line Directory for Contacting The Congress - Just 1 click provides a complete list of your state's representatives with their phone, FAX and e-mail.

Contact President Obama - By e-mail, snail-mail or phone; ask him why he has taken NO ACTION to implement any of the recommendations of the 2010 "Cancer Panel Report"

Open Congress - Excellent resource to track everything happening in Congress

Public Interest Research Groups (PIRG) - Stands up to powerful special interests on behalf of the American public, working to win concrete results for our health and our well-being

Public Citizen - Advocates for a healthier and more equitable world by making government work for the people and exposing corporate greed

Environmental Working Group (EWG- A team of scientists, engineers, policy experts, lawyers and computer programmers pores over government data, legal documents, scientific studies and our own laboratory tests to expose threats to your health and the environment, and to find solutions. Their research brings to light unsettling facts that you have a right to know.  One of the best sources of information with special sections on food, water, cell phones, health care products & MUCH MORE!

The Children's Environmental Health Network - A national, multi-disciplinary organization whose mission is to protect the fetus and the child from environmental health hazards and promote a healthy environment

Safer Chemicals - Learn ways to protect your family from thousands of toxics

Breast Cancer Action - Helpful tips for discussing cancer prevention with family & friends

The Breast Cancer Fund - Loaded with tips & advocacy aimed at preventing breast cancer

Cancer Prevention Coalition - Fighting for a safer environment at home, in the community and at work (Click here for a link/list of 50+ organizations that support cancer prevention efforts)

Beyond Pesticides - Protecting health through science, policy and action

Toxipedia - a free toxicology encyclopedia offering articles and resources about toxic chemicals

Our Stolen Future - A comprehensive website (and book) exposing the effects of endocrine disruptors

TEDX-The Endocrine Disruption Exchange - Probably 1 of the best sources for info about EDCs (endocrine disrupting chemicals)



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