No Woman Left Behind
Addressing a Crisis
Women of color and women from underserved communities are twice as likely to die from breast cancer – cancers that, if detected early, are survivable and manageable with minimal disruption to their lives, families, and careers. Nearly 80% of lower income women in the U.S. do not get screening mammography, and women of color have the lowest participation rates in traditional breast cancer screening.
Early detection saves lives. That’s why we work with a growing tribe of Allies and Partners to provide our life-saving Bexa Breast Exams at no cost to women who are at most at-risk of dying prematurely from breast cancer - women of color and underserved women in economically disadvantaged communities across the world.