"Preserving life is my responsibility. Minority lives, from birth to natural death, my focus."
Eve Sanchez Silver
LIFE ADVOCATE Eve Sanchez Silver is dynamic Motivational Speaker. She is a family life,
peer to peer, crisis intervention speaker and trainer. Eve Silver is a Medical Research Analyst, who lectures internationally with a focus on health care disparities affecting minority women, the recently conceived, and the physiological pathways of the Abortion-Breast Cancer link.
She is Founder/Director of the International Coalition of Color for Life and of Clear Research LLC, which provides support for translational research goals and strategic planning in the basic sciences and of Cinta Latina the educational arm of Clear Research which focuses on minority health risk information and education.
Ms. Silver is a bioethicist, monitoring international theoretical and clinical health regulations policy, with a focus on minority women, pre-term birth risks and the Abortion-Breast cancer link.
As a researcher, Ms. Silver is a breast cosmesis specialist and developed the "MeAgain Kit" a post-mastectomy/mastopexy product for women. She is a science editor and author of "Way Past Pink", The Breast Cancer Manifesto. She is a member of the American Medical Writers Association and a member of the Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity.
Ms. Silver was a founding, charter member of the Hispanic Latina Advisory Council of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, (now Race for the Cure). Eve Silver resigned when she learned of SGK's financial affair with Planned Parenthood, an international organization that kills people.
Ms. Silver (Taino/Latina) has lectured nationally and internationally. As special guest speaker at the Parliaments of Canberra and Sydney in Australia and keynote speaker for the Family Voice Australia: International Conference on the Family in New Zealand with her lecture tour entitled the Clear Research Native to Native Out Back Outreach. Ms. Silver has partnered with many organizations including: the Army Medical Research and Materiel Command, the Department of Defense, The National Cancer Institute, and Harvard University. She is a founding member of the National Breast Cancer and the Environment Research Group.
Ms. Silver was sponsored by organizations of the countries of Australia and Canada to speak in 2008, 2009 at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Violence Against Women at the United Nations Conference on Women. Her topic: Abortion as Violence Against Women.
Eve Silver is a 2006 recipient of the Maya Angelou Phenomenal Woman Award and a member of Do No Harm, an international bioethics group.
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