Please help us expand our understanding of the relationship between breastfeeding and breast cancer! We are currently involved in an exciting study to map the anatomy of the breast ducts (learn more about it HERE). Some early data has led us to seek more information about the possibility of a connection between how long a woman breastfeeds and where in the breast cancer develops. We know that breastfeeding is protective but there is no current data about where cancers occur in relation to the amount of time a woman breastfed. We need input from women like you to help answer these questions!

How can you help? If you are over 18, please complete a brief survey. We want to hear from ALL women: those with or without cancer, whether you have breastfed or not.

You do not need to have breastfed or have had breast cancer to complete the questionnaire.

What’s Involved? If you are interested and eligible, click HERE or use the link below. The survey consists of five questions that will ask you about breastfeeding and breast cancer and will take approximately five to ten minutes to complete.

Please note that this survey is completely anonymous and none of your answers can be traced back to you.

We appreciate your support! Please pass the survey on to other women who may be interested!

Survey link: This survey is now closed.

Thank you for your participation and continued support,

Dr. Susan Love
Founder & Chief Visionary Officer
Leah Eshraghi
Director of Clinical Research
Amaka Obidegwu
Project Research Manager
Natali Senocak
Research Coordinator

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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