usan G. Komen® Miami/Ft. Lauderdale is proud to host its 21st Annual Race for the Cure® presented by Bank of America on Saturday, October 15, 2016. The race raises much needed funding for local breast health education, screening, treatment and support, and for breast cancer research at a national level. The event is expected to draw more than 10,000 participants and will take place at Bayfront Park, 301 Biscayne Blvd., Miami.
Age: 74 Profession: Finance/ Accounting Type of Breast Cancer: Ductal Carcinoma In Situ Number of Years as a Survivor: 26 years Relationship
I'll celebrate my 60th birthday as well as my 21st year as a breast cancer survivor at our Susan G. Komen® "Race for the Cure" on October 15th, two days early! Sheer bliss best describes the JOY and BLESSING of celebrating two phenomenal occasions at once!
Age: 62 Profession: Retired Miami Dade County Correctional Officer Type of Breast Cancer: Stage II Breast Cancer Number of years as a
SUSAN G. KOMEN® ANNOUNCES NEARLY $33 MILLION IN NEW RESEARCH FUNDING TO SUPPORT BOLD GOAL OF CUTTING BREAST CANCER MORTALITY BY 50 PERCENT
Susan G. Komen® announces nearly $33 million in new research funding to support their bold goal of cutting breast cancer mortality by 50 percent. Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center and two other Florida institutions were awarded more than $1.2 million.
Being diagnosed with Breast Cancer has been the hardest shock of my lifetime. I initially did not bring up the matter to my family, but on Thanksgiving Day 1998 I finally communicated to them ....
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