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GE Healthcare Life Sciences is supporting advancements in cancer research by donating $1.00 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF) for every pack of GE Whatman™ lab filtration products purchased during the month of October*

100% of our donation supports the BCRF’s mission to eradicate breast cancer.

Last year, you helped raise $75,000 to support 1500 hours of breast cancer research by choosing GE Whatman lab filtration products.

OUR GOAL FOR 2018: to raise $100,000 to support over 2,000 hours of breast cancer research. Click HERE to help us reach our goal.

WHY BREAST CANCER RESEARCH?

INVESTING IN RESEARCH PRODUCES REAL RESULTS.

From exploring ways to prevent the disease to learning why some families are more susceptible, we know more about breast cancer today than ever before. Research is
improving care, producing better outcomes and transforming lives—every day. Check out the progress and impact BCRF is having on breast cancer research at: www.bcrf.org

* This program is sponsored by GE Healthcare and all donations will be made by GE Healthcare. GE Healthcare will donate $1.00 to the BCRF for every pack of GE Whatman lab filtration products purchased, with a maximum donation of $100,000. Whatman purchases placed through any of our GE Healthcare Life Sciences participating partners in Europe, U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico during the month of October 2018 are eligible.

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