Breast Investigators Mission To serve proactive individuals, breast cancer patients, cancer survivors, and previvors as a tool to assist them in finding the resources they need to help them make the best, most informed decisions about their breast health and well being. Through website information, blogs, events, and directory listings of healthcare providers, complementary care providers, emotional support, and assistance, women and men are empowered to take action toward their best possible care. To partner with non-profit organizations providing programs and services that benefit breast cancer patients, cancer survivors and the underserved in need of breast health care. To serve as a platform to bring the breast health community together under the common goals to prevent, detect, treat, and CURE breast cancer and to best serve all those who are affected by breast cancer. Educate our members and visitors about cancer prevention, early detection, treatment and survivorship of breast cancer by providing easy access to information, events and other social members. Offer the opportunity to our members and potential advocates to get involved with the efforts toward breast cancer awareness and finding a cure by informing them of fundraising events and volunteer opportunities with organizations that are dedicated to the cause.
About our Founder Breast Investigators LLC, was founded by Angela Long, a breast cancer survivor who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2004 at the age of 35. As a mother of two young children at the time of her diagnosis, it is not surprising that her gratitude for life and a second chance was immense when she was pronounced cancer-free. She spent the following years as a tireless fundraiser for non-profits and educating family, friends and acquaintances on the importance of breast cancer screening and early detection. She also helped many other breast cancer survivors during their journey through treatment. But even with all of this, Angela felt the need to do something more and decided to take her advocacy work online. Through her volunteer and advocacy work in her community, she began seeking out and studying national organizations and foundations that offer information, support and programs that serve those affected by breast cancer in addition to those that promote the prevention and cure of cancer.