After 20+ years of PINK there is no cure. And there is little aimed at prevention and different screening and treatment options that may be better than what if offered and supported by Komen.
I applied one year for a grant to do education and was denied. I take it that my focus to help women learn about options was not on the agenda for Brinker.
This also says too that the Pink Lid campaign from General Mills ignored a request for a grant from the 501c3 non profit that sponsors this blog.
I started educating in earnest against the lineal mind set of breast cancer care and lack of sure in the early 90s.
The fact that Komen backed mammography screening was advised against in the early 70s by an expert in radiation effects is also quite unknown. It was opposed because it was expected to increase the risk of breast cancer, which it has done.
Now with the outrage and backpedaling from Komen on awards to Planned Parenthood, mostly effecting poor women, Alternet has picked up on some of what we have been saying for decades.
There are quite a few more that listed here which you can locate with our search function.