Breast cancer doesn’t care that you’re “too young” to get cancer.
You deserve your own movement.
We are your breast
You aren’t average and we aren’t your average charity. Rethink educates, empowers and advocates for people worldwide who are affected by breast cancer through boldfaced campaigns, content, programs and resources. Are you in?
You deserve to be seen.
Uncovered: A Breast Recognition Project is a resource that focuses on the breast cancer experiences of Black, Indigenous and People of Colour. Through powerful imagery and genuine storytelling, it shines a light on the physical and emotional scars of breast cancer, cultural barriers and health equity. Created in collaboration with Michelle Audoin, a young Black woman with metastatic breast cancer.
Looking for more information about breast health as a Black woman?
Join us for a free, virtual and national conversation about breast cancer alongside Women’s College Hospital, The Olive Branch of Hope, The Canadian Cancer Society.
Meet Give-A-Care: Products that really understand young people with breast cancer.
Forget poorly photocopied diagrams and cold, clinical pamphlets. We think there’s a better way to educate young people about their health—whether it’s learning from the experiences of those who have been there or giving you straightforward information from a trusted expert.
You have the power you create positive change in the lives of young people living with breast cancer. Start a fundraiser today to raise money that directly impacts Rethinks work responding to their unique needs.
Clinical outcomes for those diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer have been stalled for over a decade. That’s unacceptable. These people need your help.