Veterans Health Administration

The Pink and Blue Ribbon Movement begins in 1996. For years people would say to us," What is the Blue for on the Ribbon?  ​   " I did not know men got breast cancer!"  

The ribbons are pink but should pink and blue. Women Get Breast Cancer and Men Get It TOO!

                                                               Promoting Awareness Since 1995

Theron Bell, Five Time

Male Breast Cancer Survivor 

Robert Kaitz, BRCA 2 Positive Male Breast Cancer & Prostate Cancer Survivor 

R.I.P. June 10, 2014 Howie Plotnik had Breast Cancer for the second time. He helped Nancy Nick attended The Sass for Medical Research Foundation in  NY 2012 and 2013.  He was a great person and will be missed. 

March 22, 2012 R.I.P. Late-Mr. Edward Wilson 2006 attending the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium  Texas 

         Webmaster Nancy Nick   

Website Sponsored   By Myriad 

Mission  Statement:

To educate the world about the risk of breast cancer in men. We Provide Awareness, Preventive, and Reactive Measures Through Education & Advocacy. 

The pictures above include seven male breast cancer men and  grandson Adam and John Nick and others . 

People are delighted to receive information that includes male breast cancer. Through out the history of the charity we have handed out tens of thousands of life saving brochures, booklets, Newsletters,  Did you Knows? Etc. Our website was created in 1998 and has a whole new look with updates.     

A  Special Thank you to our Individual Donors, Corporations, Foundations, Bidders, and Volunteers. Together we Started the Conversation in 1995.


                      "Men Get Breast Cancer Too!!"

The Oldest Male Breast Cancer Foundation in The World Created in 1995. Awareness Leads to Screenings which leads to  Early Detection which Leads to Saving a Life.

April 10, 1996 the IRS Granted us our IRS Tax Exempt Number. We are Celebrated 18 Years April 10, 2014.