The ACS, or American Cancer Society, gave a rather disgusting response to the Look Good Feel Better pink washing campaign, whereas they were sending out carcinogenic “care” packages of makeup to breast cancer survivors. You can read all about here.
In yet another scathing piece over the matter published this morning in The Guardian, the ACS seemingly responds to the inquiries and allegations in the most insensitive, irresponsible way they possibly could.
The ACS claims that “”, which demonstrates a shocking commitment to the cosmetics industry and a blatant disregard for patient well-being. (Via TheGuardian).
How on earth could they possibly justify sending carcinogenic products to breast cancer survivors under the label of “care packages?” You can’t justify “donations” for research when you promoting the disease being researched. On what planet could that possibly make sense to anyone? This makeup company should be detached from any and all breast cancer campaigns. They shouldn’t be allowed to operate in a marketing underbelly while contributing to the spread of senseless illness. The Guardian’s scathing article over the matter is certainly worth the read.
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