Wishing you good times, good cheer, and a memorable new year.
Huntington Breast Cancer Action Coalition ended 2017 with a bang.
We look into 2018 with high expectations!
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Misleading Labels - by star Sara Frawley
Many personal care product brands, from makeup to shampoo, print the words "natural" and "organic" across their products to make them seem safer, but these products may be just as bad for you. With so many different claims like "plant-free" and "free of", how can we know what they actually mean?
This October  TheAccardiTeam.com - Experience the Accardi Difference of Coldwell Banker held the Annual Strike Out Breast Cancer Bowling Event!!
And what can we say? Nothing short of AMAZING! Food raffles and FUN!
Be sure to get your tickets early next year!
Thank you everyone who volunteered and participated to make this night a night to remember.
Peer-to-Peer Education
Our high school interns gave phenomenal presentations to research classes at the Huntington High School! They have learned so much through their time with us and have really developed their own voices to share what they have learned in writing and in person.
Next stop? Stimson Middle School and Finley Middle School!
Savvy Seniors
HBCAC was excited to visit the Town of Huntington Senior Center for our annual presentation. Thank you for inviting us back again and again to talk about different aspects of endocrine disrupting chemicals. The conversations are stimulating and we are proud to share our wealth of knowledge with all these amazing individuals in our community!
Great Minds Think Alike
HBCAC was honored to present this past week to the Citizens Advisory Council for Person's With Disabilities. Every time we meet with them we are amazed by how much we all learn from each other! The Town of Huntington residents certainly know their stuff and are always eager for more. We are proud to represent it!
Summer Sucess!
Subhana Zafar and Rachel Moss had the opportunity this part summer to work alongside researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. In November, we were thrilled to bring one of our students, Subhana, to the National Annual BCERP Conference! For the past several years BCERP has studied how chemicals in the environment may affect the timing of puberty, early puberty is one risk factor for breast cancer later on in life. Researchers, Breast Cancer Activists, and the general public convened in Monrovia, California, shared the current research on environmental health, listened to Dr Linda Birnbaum framing the State of the Science and reaffirmed the need for Guardians of the Future in Environmental Public Health.
Sending Love With Scarves
HBCAC was proud to be a part of the Stitches of Love Chapter of Care to Knit event at Harborfields Library on Saturday October 14th! 
It was a joy to see so many women gathering together for a good cause and make fabulous scarves for women in our community diagnosed with breast cancer. Every gift and every effort makes a difference. Thank you so much ladies!
Wonder Women
It is always a joy to be a part of the Women's Networking Day at the Larkfield Manor! We met some amazing ladies and had a great time!
Our video featured on the NIEHS site!
A Phenomenal New Read
“The essential must-read for every new parent, serving up science-based information and actionable daily solutions to prevent harm and ensure a happy, healthy, worry-free start...” –Christopher Gavigan, Founder of The Honest Company; author of Healthy Child Healthy World

"...the book is a step-by-step guide that provides practical hands-on information on the steps you can take to protect your children against environmental toxins at home, at school and in the community. " - Dr. Philip Landrigan and Mary Landrigan

Exposures can affect us throughout our life, breast health advocates encourage parents to learn about these exposures early on!
HBCAC's Lend A Helping Hand continues to help those fighting Breast Cancer
HBCAC continues to offer a program of services for Huntington town residents diagnosed with breast cancer. Services we offer through this program include:
  • Food and medical transportation assistance
  • Support group resources & professional resource guides
  • Emergency BC medication & surgical dressings
  • Lymphedema compression garments
  • Housecleaning services, stress-reduction (massage, yoga, etc)
 So if you - or any Huntington resident you know - could use a "helping hand", be sure to contact us today. 
Call us at: 631-547-1518 or email:  friends@hbcac.org .

We have helped a numerous amount of Long Island women and their families to cope with the challenges that breast cancer brings. One of the first problems people face is an uncertain test from a doctor. Our office has done a wonderful job helping people to handle the situation and become proactive.
Thank you to our sponsors!
Suffolk County, Town of Huntington, Edge Electronics, Pollution Prevention Institute, The Accardi Team, The Townwide Fund, Jack Berleth & Sons, Prime Restaurant, The Nassau County Women's Bar Association, New York State Department of Health, Town of Huntington Human Services, and ALL of our generous donors!