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Have you enlisted in the Army of Women yet?

August 7, 2009

Join the Movement to go Beyond a Cure!

love_army_logoLike many women, Dr. Susan Love was becoming increasingly frustrated by our not having made more progress in figuring out what causes breast cancer and how to prevent it. Scientists told her that they did not know how to find the women who would be interested in taking part in the studies that were needed to end this disease. Dr. Love realized the problem wasn’t that women didn’t want to participate in these studies, but that they didn’t know that they were needed. In short order, the idea was born of an Army of Women ready to serve science.

The Love/Avon Army of Women offers a revolutionary new opportunity for YOU to partner with research scientists to move us beyond a cure.

Breast cancer has been around for decades, but it does not have to be our future. We can be the generation that eliminates breast cancer by identifying what causes this disease and stopping it before it starts. Sign up for your sister, mother, daughter, granddaughter, best friend, and the woman you met last week. Click to enlist – Army of Women

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  1. Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation permalink
    August 18, 2009 1:25 pm

    Thank you for signing up to join the Army of Women. We appreciate your support and participation. We are encouraging women of all ethnicities and ages to join, so be sure to spread the word to your friends, neighbors and any women in your life! We can prevent breast cancer, but we need your help. Also, you can visit our blog at And don’t forget to follow us on Twitter @ armyofwomen!

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