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Komen has sustained a strong commitment to supporting research that will identify and deliver cures for breast cancer since it began over 30 years ago.
Over the past 30 years, much progress has been made in the fight against breast cancer. More than thirty years ago, when Suzy Komen was told she had breast cancer, people did not say the words breast cancer out loud. More>>
School spirit is often a contagious emotion that can easily spread like wildfire.
One of Susan G. Komen’s breast health self-awareness messages is:Make healthy lifestyle choices.
As part of the on going coverage in conjunction with Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Webinar Wednesday is focusing on clearing up the confusion about screening guidelines; presented by Dr. Linda Harrison, radiologist at Diagnostic Imaging Centers in Kansas City, MO. More>>
Women in the United States have a “1 in 8” (or about 12 percent) lifetime risk of getting breast cancer.
Read our Take Action Thursday story and learn about Ben DuMont and how he supported his wife through her aggressive form of breast cancer diagnosis and journey.
October is National Breast Cancer Month and Susan G. Komen Central Wisconsin is starting a more intensive campaign through the start of November featuring Weekly conversations through social media, or their website.
In 2004, Tina Frey asked her family practice physician to look at a lump she felt in her breast during my annual physical. Her physician told her that at 25 years old, she was going through hormonal changes that would change the density of her breast tissue... More>>
We're just days away from the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. More>>
The Susan G. Komen Central Wisconsin Race for the Cure is coming up August 11th in Wausau. More>>
Some central Wisconsin high school students are helping in the fight against breast cancer. More>>
Some high school volleyball players in Wausau faced off Tuesday night to fight breast cancer. More>>
You'll be seeing a lot of firefighters wearing pink this month. October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. More>>
When I was 21, my mother was diagnosed with breast cancer. I can still see the gestures my dad made when he told me her biopsies were positive. I remember feeling completely overwhelmed and numb at the same time. More>>
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Many across the country are taking time to raises awareness, learn about the disease and help women get access to lifesaving health screenings. More>>
Hundreds of people joined the fight against breast cancer in downtown Wausau, for the central Wisconsin Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. But for some, it's more than just a race. More>>
Almost eight years ago, Anne Jacobson had an experience she'll never forget. More>>
I was 43-years-old and the mother of three kids, ages 10-16. I was living in Texas, 1,600 miles away from my family in Wisconsin...it was a very, very difficult and scary time. More>>
I first met my biological mother as she lay dying the hospital from breast cancer. She was only 46-years-old. I was 19-years-old and pregnant at the time but I didn't tell her that she would be a grandmother. She never shared if I had a dad or family. More>>
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I was promoted to the 6:00 & 10:00 p.m. anchor, was in love and I didn't have too much to worry about. I was 32-years-old and having the time of my life. More>>
Click here for information on how to register for the Komen Central Wisconsin Race for the Cure. It takes place August 12, 2012 in downtown Wausau. More>>