• Stories of Impact for 2016

    Personal Stories, Community, Research


    In 2016, Susan G. Komen announced its Bold Goal, to reduce the current number of breast cancer deaths by 50 percent in the U.S. by 2026. In support of our goal, partners, donors, fundraisers, advocates and Affiliates have all stepped up to make a direct impact in our fight against breast cancer, and have shown they are More Than Pink™.

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    Inflammatory Breast Cancer… What’s That?

    Personal Stories

    When the surgeon sat down across from me and took my hand, I should have known it wasn't good. He said, "You have inflammatory breast cancer. On a sca...

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    Why I Rallied

    Dollars Making A Difference

    When I first learned that I had breast cancer, it was 1987 and I was 39 years old. I was in good health, had never smoked and was a distance runner. I...

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    Voices of Impact – Partners in Mission

    Dollars Making A Difference

    Our corporate partners fund research, pay for screenings and community outreach, and help us educate and engage women and men worldwide. Each partner ...

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    Make an Impact with Passionately Pink

    Dollars Making A Difference

    October may seem like it’s far away, but for the Passionately Pink team here at Komen, it’s right around the corner!Passionately Pink helps you make a...

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    A Perfect Pink Weekend in Palm Beach

    Dollars Making A Difference

    If rosy means both pink in color and a promise of good fortune, then this past weekend in Palm Beach definitely fit the bill.Susan G. Komen for the Cu...

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    31 Days of Impact – Day 8, Cat Brennan

    Personal Stories

    It was 1998 when I began having severe breast pain. I went in for a mammogram, although the tissue was so dense they could not see anything. I was tes...

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    31 Days of Impact – Day 15, John Cena

    Personal Stories

    I realized, first-hand, the importance of early detection when it saved my youngest brother’s life. Last November, my brother Sean was diagnosed with ...

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