The Need-to-Know About Breast Cancer

The Need-to-Know About Breast Cancer

July 8, 2013

One out of every eight women develops breast cancer at some point of her life. This disease is the second leading cause of cancer death among women, but early detection and screening can save lives.

Think Pink?

Think Pink?

June 10, 2013

The infographic is an attempt to illustrate the results of the research conducted by Puntoni, Sweldens, and Tavassoli. It indicates that gender cues (female colors, symbols, and voices/visuals of things associated with women) may be counterproductive to the goals of breast cancer fundraising. The reason: a psychological reaction called defensive response. Source

Cancer Deaths vs Research Funding

Cancer Deaths vs Research Funding

May 28, 2013

Dashboard infographic showing the correlation with deaths caused by each cancer and research funding. Data visualisation published in the report ‘Prostate Cancer’ by Raconteur, supplement of The Times Newspaper (UK). Source


Myths & Facts About Breast Cancer

February 1, 2013

Each year over 200,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer in the United States. Doctors recommend that women over the age of twenty undergo a breast examination every three years. Although there is no known way to prevent breast cancer, understanding the disease is an important part of beating the odd. Take a look at […]


Help Bust Breast Cancer

January 27, 2013

Parsons (BFA, ’06) has designed a T-shirt that he having printed in order to raise money for the Komen Foundation. His company is matching all funds raised. The shirts are $20. Source


Turning the Page on Cancer

December 25, 2012

Cancer is a destructive disease that attacks the body cells, organs and tissues – the basic building blocks of human life. The infographic illustrates the facts on what causes many cancers and how to prevent them. Source

The Five Minute Fondle

December 9, 2012

The infographic that can help save your life, this takes a great approach to information on Breast Cancer. Source