There's an exciting new website doing the rounds of the breast cancer blogosphere: KomenWatch.
I received a press release late last week, and was going to blog about it in more detail after my review, but Katie at Uneasy Pink beat me to it.
Read Katie's post "KomenWatch" which I think articulates very well why this website is going to be one to watch. I really couldn't have said it better myself!
In my humble opinion, the website looks to be a fantastic resource for Komen-related discourse and contains an archive of many critical articles written about Komen since the early 1990's, including my "Komen By The Numbers" series! I particularly like the "Agenda for the Future" section which lays out a vision for what the breast cancer advocacy movement should look like in a perfect world, and what Komen could do to align itself with that vision.
It's good to know that there are many other people asking questions of the Komen organization, and let's just hope that someone at Komen is listening and taking notes.
Check it out when you get a moment, and be sure to read the opening blog post on the home page, "What We Still Don't See". Brilliant!