Monday, October 1, 2012

Blog with Love

It's as easy as one, two, three!
  1. Blog with Love - post about the importance of moving breast cancer awareness into action by getting involved in breast cancer research.
  2. Tell them HOW - ask readers to Act with Love by joining the Health of Women Study at  This study is a new revolutionary project of the Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation that will be launched to the public on October 1st!  Be the first to let them know!
  3. Celebrate! - celebrate your post by tagging your blog with the official BFYBD button that will be sent to you upon finalizing the pledge form below.

Don't have a blog?  You can still participate!  Take the pledge and dedicate a Facebook Note on October 1st to BFYBD.  Be sure to tag the Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation in your note!

How do I Act with Love?
Despite the reigning success of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and millions of dollars raised, we still have very little knowledge about breast cancer.  Now is the time to shift the discussion from awareness to pinpointing the cause and accelerating prevention--and you can help!  Turn your fervent awareness of this disease that kills one in eight women, and take action by investing yourself in breast cancer research.  Together we can fast track research and end breast cancer within our lifetime.

What is the Health of Women study?
With the introduction of the Health of Women study (HOW) on October 1st, the Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation will revolutionize the fight against breast cancer.  By crowdsourcing health information, and involving the general public directly, we will uncover the information that will end breast cancer.  This groundbreaking initiative invites the public, men and women over the age of 18 of all health backgrounds, to be collaborators by participating in the study via the web or on their mobile devices.  HOW will also turn traditional research practices on its head by creating a venue for researchers to gather and share information, with the definitive goal of ending breast cancer.  To learn more about the Health of Women study, visit:

*Content from Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation

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