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Songfinch Produces Inspiring Soundtrack to Benefit Susan G. Komen® in the Fight Against Breast Cancer

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Songfinch, a personalized gifting company specializing in music, partners with Susan G. Komen® to produce an original soundtrack of eight songs to uplift people living with breast cancer and supporters everywhere. The playlist was inspired by the stories of strength and determination of people with breast cancer and created to honor those facing the disease while raising funds for lifesaving …

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Simon Continues More Than Pink™ Drive With Susan G. Komen® To Reduce Breast Cancer Deaths In The U.S. By 50 Percent By 2026

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From: PR Newswire Simon Malls, The Mills and Premium Outlets offering discount cards, hosting project:OM yoga events and more during Spring drive Simon, a global leader in retail real estate, today announced its Spring 2017 More Than Pink movement in support of Susan G. Komen and the fight against breast cancer. As part of its pledge to donate $1 million …

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Susan G. Komen Announces $27 Million Health Equity Initiative To Reduce Breast Cancer Deaths In African-American Community

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10-City Initiative Complements Komen’s Decades-Long Service to Medically Underserved September 14, 2016 — The Susan G. Komen breast cancer organization gathered philanthropic, civic, medical and business leaders in Washington today to formally launch a $27 million,10-city initiative to reduce breast cancer death rates among African-American women. “African-American women are almost 40 percent more likely to die of breast cancer than white women in …

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THE BELLAMY BROTHERS PARTNER WITH SUSAN G. KOMEN

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A new initiative has launched featuring country music icons the Bellamy Brothers and their partnership with Susan G. Komen to raise money for breast cancer awareness. This year marks their 40th anniversary AND they’ve partnered with Susan G. Komen on the ‘Let Your Love Flow’ campaign, which is a unique year-round breast cancer awareness initiative. (Named after their 1976 hit …

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Attention Los Angeles County! – Keep Up the Pace!

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Susan G. Komen Los Angeles County Race for the Cure® Supporting LA County Breast Health Services and Global Research Saturday Morning, March 7, 2015 at Dodger Stadium  Join Ambassadors LA Lakers’ Jordan Hill, WWE’s Lilian Garcia, Paralympic Athlete Blake Leeper, Olympian Carmelita Jeter, “The Young and The Restless” star Kate Linder  NEW USATF-Certified 10K Course Offers Challenges for Runners, Epic …

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Feinstein, Ayotte Introduce Bill to Improve Breast Cancer Detection

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From: Feinstein Press – United State Senate News Release Senators Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) and Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.) today introduced the Breast Density and Mammography Reporting Act, which would improve breast cancer detection by requiring the mammogram report a woman already receives to include whether she has dense tissue, so she can discuss with her doctor if she should seek additional …

Grants up to $2500 available for breast cancer patients

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By: Nora G. Hertel From: wausaudailyherald.com About $17,500 in cash is being offered to central Wisconsin breast cancer patients who could use the money to help with treatment and other expenses associated with the disease. The Breast Cancer Treatment Fund of Central Wisconsin was seeded by a grant from Susan G. Komen, a national organization dedicated to ending breast cancer, …

Sharing My Perceptions of a Susan G. Komen Fundraiser

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My husband, Kirk, and I recently received an invitation to attend a very special event. This was a private fundraiser titled “Pathway To The Cure”, with a tagline, “Making a pathway to a world free of breast cancer”. The invitation was from Ryan Kavanaugh, Relativity Media and James Plante, Pathway Genomics and was a fundraiser benefitting Susan G. Komen and …