We believe that the best way to beat breast cancer is by preventing breast cancer. The most effective means to this end is with annual mammograms or thermograms. The BBF offers these services free of charge to those who cannot afford them.
We want to educate every woman in America about the importance of preventing breast cancer in their bodies. Our foot-in-the-door is our free mammograms or thermograms. This is the first step for so many women, and once they actually move forward with their checkup, we can then offer them the education they need to take care of their body and most likely avoid breast cancer in the future.
The BBF continues to honor Becky by providing free mammograms or thermograms to those who cannot afford one. Over 2,000 so far, with the goal of 5,000 annually starting in 2020.
Are you headed to your appointment and do not have anyone who can go with you? Email us and we will make sure you have a support partner, anywhere in the US. (email@example.com)
The Becky Baker Foundation donated $10,000 to the Wake Forest Baptist Breast Center in Winston-Salem to raise awareness of and encourage women to get annual mammograms
The Becky Baker Foundation donated $10,000 to the Wheels for the World program that provides life-changing mobility and the hope of the Gospel to people impacted by disability worldwide.
It is rare for men to get breast cancer. Statistics predict about 2700 new cases of breast cancer in men in 2019, and about 500 men will die this year as a result of the disease.
Tim Norton, of Colorado Springs, has beaten Stage 3 of the disease and is riding this weekend in the Pikes Peak Cycling Hill Climb to prove it!
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