Achievements of The Breast Cancer Movement

Breast cancer has been known to educated women and caregivers throughout history, but modesty and horror at the consequences of a largely untreatable disease made it a taboo subject. The breast cancer movement, which developed in the 1980s and 1990s out of 20th century feminist movements and the women's health movement, has mostly removed those taboos through its modern advocacy and awareness campaigns.

  • Social progress
  • Educating
  • Empowering patients
  • Increased resources
  • Treatment and research

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