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Falling Through the Cracks: Feel alive and thrive

Falling Through the Cracks: Feel alive and thrive

Monday at 9 AM Pacific

October 30th 2017:Big Pharma and Breast Cancer

After being diagnosed with breast cancer in 1988, Sharon Batt realized that the politics of breast cancer are rarely explored. In her book “Health Advocacy Inc.”, she draws links between the pharmaceutical industry, and the corporate financing that is threatening public health care. This is a riveting interview for any woman with breast cancer, and the women and men that know them.

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Sharon Batt, PhD

Sharon Batt, PhD, is an award-winning journalist and a former editor of the consumer education magazine Protect Yourself. Following a breast cancer diagnosis in 1988, she co-founded Canada’s first breast cancer advocacy group, Breast Cancer Action Quebec, and wrote the book, Patient No More: The Politics of Breast Cancer. After a decade of activism, Sharon moved to the scholarly research community in Halifax where she began to research health movements. Drawing on her insider experience as a patient and activist, on archival material, and on interviews with leaders in the breast cancer movement, she examined the growing phenomenon of partnerships between “big pharma” and patient advocacy o
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