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When Pink is Just Another...

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Support our fight to end breast cancer by playing, downloading or streaming PINK today.

Social Justice Is An Issue...

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Events surrounding the death of George Floyd and the hundreds of other black men and women who have suffered similar...

Now is the Moment for...

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Susan G. Komen encourages you to dedicate this October as a time of action, both for yourself and for others.

Sunshine, faith and family

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Ashley Fernandez was diagnosed with stage IV (metastatic) breast cancer when she was 30 years old. This is her story...

National Breast Cancer Awareness Month...

Lynda Nance
Enter for a chance to win one of the amazing prize packages, including a rental card from Ford, an Echelon...

Breast Cancer and My Family...

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Breast cancer was not talked about in Carolyn Cofield’s family. She only learned her mother had breast cancer two months...

The moment that changed everything...

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Se’Nita Harris is undergoing treatment for triple negative breast cancer. Throughout her experience with breast cancer, Se’Nita has learned the...

The Moment My Life Flipped

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Alli Coleman was diagnosed with stage III, ER-/PR+. HER2+, invasive ductal carcinoma breast cancer. This is her story in her...

The Call I Wasn’t Expecting

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In late 2020, Emily Zarecki learned she had breast cancer. This is her story in her own words. In October...

Expanding Komen’s Footprint in State...

Amanda DeBard
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Susan G. Komen (@susangkomen) This has been an unpredictable and interesting...

Breast Cancer Whirlwind

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This is Antoinette Barber’s story in her own words.             In July 2020, I went for my routine mammogram...

I am committed to bringing...

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There is not enough awareness about breast health or family health history in Black communities. I am committed to bringing...

I Am A Survivor

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This is Kamesha Miles’ story in her own words. When I was 29 years old, I discovered that the nipple...

It Is Time to Stand...

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Kim Johnson, MDSenior Director, Stand for H.E.R. Lisa Hinton, MPHSenior Manager, Stand for H.E.R The Black Woman. For years poets...