In the Media

See where the Edith Sanford Breast Cancer Foundation has been featured in the media lately. In keeping with our promise to freely share our breast cancer research with the world, the Foundation is committed to building a library of news and information relating to our research and efforts to find cures faster.

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Breast Cancer Prevention Tips From Mary Hart (Lifescript)

Originally published October 02, 2013 on Lifescript.com   By Mari Cartel Mary Hart made us smile for nearly 30 years as co-host of “Entertainment Tonight.” Now she’s on a more serious


A Bold New Approach to Breast Cancer (Sanford Discoveries)

The double helix signifies Edith Sanford's dedication to pushing the boundaries of genomics research to quickly find the cures. One of the strands is depicted as a pink ribbon, the iconic symbol


The Answer is in Your Genes (Aberdeen American News)

Angelina Jolie's preventive double mastectomy and a major Supreme Court decision put a spotlight on the power of genomic information to empower people and improve health care.


Taking a Personal Approach to Breast Cancer (Argus Leader)

  Originally published May 15, 2013, by the Sioux Falls Business Journal. Redistributed by ArgusLeader.com.   Edith Sanford program looks at genetic code By Jodie Schwan Every Monday