Christina Applegate, founder of Right Action for Women, talks action with Today.com

Christina Applegate, founder of Right Action for Women, talks action with Today.com

Since actress Christina Applegate was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2008 and had a double mastectomy thereafter, she’s taken steps to change her entire lifestyle, from the food she eats to the rest she gets. She also founded the Right Action for Women, which helps at-risk women pay for MRI screenings and testing.

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Right Action for Women Honored at Industry Dance Awards

Christina Applegate, founder of Right Action for Women, Accepts Dancers Against Cancer Hope Award

Dancers Against Cancer recognizes Right Action for Women, and its founder, Christina Applegate, with its Hope Award, at the 2017 Industry Dance Awards.  

Dancers Against Cancer presented Right Action for Women founder, Christina Applegate, with an award and grant. This video introduced the award.

The Insider's Keltie Knight sat down with the actress to chat about her cancer foundation, Right Action for Women.