Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2022



A mature breast has extensive branching of ductal systems, not unlike the branches of a tree, which carry milk to nipples. In the same way milk gives us all life at an early age, we look at the breast as a tree of life. Mapping the breast ducts will further help us identify where cancer starts, and ultimately, to prune it from the tree so that the tree can continue to thrive and give life.

Our Breast Cancer Awareness Month Partnerships

Shop with these partners in the month of October, and proceeds will be donated to Dr. Susan Love Foundation for Breast Cancer Research. We are so thankful to our partners who have committed to the Foundation, and supporting us that #LOVEKnowsBreasts. Together, we will end breast cancer.


A $50K donation kicked off their BCAM challenge! An additional 10 cents will be donated per check-in.

25% off of the LOVE Bundle, and 15% off of any regularly priced item when you use promotional code DRLOVE15

100% of proceeds from the sale of Melinda’s Rosé, grown at Taplin Cellars, are donated to the Foundation.

Stay Fresh! 10% of every purchase made of Mojave Myst Molecular Deodorizing Spray is donated back to the Foundation.

20% of all proceeds from each purchase will go to The Dr. Susan Love Foundation to support Breast Cancer Research.


Donating 20% of sales from the Shop With Love Promotion are donated back to the Foundation.

Interested in partnering with us this October? Contact Christopher Clinton Conway for more information.

Your Donation Matters!


When you donate to the Foundation in the month of October you’ll receive some of our fantastic swag featuring Dr. Love’s Tree of Life. Donations of $500 or more are entered for our Breast Cancer Awareness Month Giveaway:
One Tiffany & Co. Paloma Picasso LOVE Necklace and a ticket to our Love is in the Air Luncheon at the Four Seasons Los Angeles in Beverly Hills, complete with an overnight stay at the hotel.

Love Research Army

We combat the disparities that exist in research by challenging the scientific community to launch studies that are as inclusive and diverse as the people that breast cancer affects.

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