One in eight women will develop breast cancer! Our Educational Outreach Program teaches what you can do to reduce your risk and how to do a proper breast self-exam. Our program helps dispel myths and fears about this devastating illness. This program is conducted onsite at high schools, colleges, community group meetings and businesses. We bring these life-saving messages to you!
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The Maurer Foundation’s 18th Annual Golf Classic, held at the Meadow Brook Club in Jericho, NY, was a swinging success, selling out all of it’s golf tickets and raising over $150,000 in support of Long Island breast health.
Come visit the Maurer Foundation booth Thursday, May 23rd, at Long Island’s largest business-to-business event, the Hauppauge Industrial Association-Long Island (HIA-LI) Annual Trade Show and Conference.
Definition, treatment, survival rates, prognosis and statistics of triple negative breast cancer.
The researchers found that women with implants had a 26% higher risk of being diagnosed at a later stage of breast cancer than those without, coupled with a 38% higher risk of death from breast cancer than those women without implants.
New research suggests some breast cancer cell growth might be significantly reduced—and possibly prevented in the first place—by consistent low doses of aspirin.
This week, people are encouraged to volunteer, and The Maurer Foundation has plenty of ways in which you can participate!
In order to tee up at the Meadow Brook Club in Jericho on May 9th, golfers and sponsors are requested to register for the Maurer Foundation Golf Classic by Thursday, April 25th.
Give the Gift that Keeps on Giving this Mother’s Day… Support Breast Health Through the Golf Classic
Supporting the Maurer Foundation through our Golf Classic fundraiser is a unique way to share something of profound value and long-lasting significance with the women you admire most.
Support the 2013 Maurer Foundation Golf Classic and support breast health education for the special women in our lives.
This April marks the twenty-sixth annual Alcohol Awareness Month, a longtime effort to raise awareness and understanding about the disease of alcoholism, sponsored by the National Council on Alcoholism And Drug Dependence.