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The American Breast Cancer Foundation's (ABCF) mission is to provide financial assistance for breast cancer screenings and diagnostic tests for uninsured and underserved individuals, regardless of age or gender.

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​“Thank you again to those who make it possible for women like me. We can get these free vouchers that help save our lives, to continue to be, and doing what we love in life. I have been given the opportunity to continue along side with my family.”

- Bernice M. Washington State
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​“Although I would not ever have imagined this journey that I have been on since the beginning of 2014, I feel incredibly blessed and fortunate. Had it not been for the Metropolitan Chicago Breast Cancer Task Force, I would not be the cancer-free survivor I am today with a rich future ahead of me. Thank you so very much!”

- Daphne J. Chicago, Illinois
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“Without the Breast Cancer Assistance Program, I wouldn’t have been able to afford a mammogram. Thank you!”

- Marilyn V. Lancaster, South Carolina
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​“Through the generous support of the American Breast Cancer Foundation, the Task Force is able to increase access to quality breast health care for underserved women. Your support has helped us increase our capacity to serve more women and save more lives through screening and early detection. As someone who has been personally impacted by breast cancer and the unnecessary loss of a loved one due to inequitable care, please know that your support is invaluable.”

- Teena Francois, Associate Director, Community Health Initiative, Metropolitan Chicago Breast Cancer Task Force Chicago, Illinois

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