By: Sean Tuffnell
Every fall Susan G. Komen announces our annual investment in
research. This is always an exciting
time, as it is the culmination of a year-long pro...
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By: Dennis Holmes, M.D., FACS
Few women (or men) are truly prepared to receive a breast
cancer diagnosis. Knowing what to ask your doctor is a challenge for the newly
By: Carol L Smith, Patient Advocate
If you’re like most people diagnosed with stages 0-3 breast
cancer, you fear that your breast cancer will come back, or recur. This can
By: Abigail Letts
Welcome to my inaugural article for Susan G.
Komen. I am delighted to share with you
my journey with breast cancer, as well as practical advice to ...
By: Laurel Pointer
involvement and giving back to others are key factors as to why they join or
stay with an organization. Many nonprofits, like Susan G. Kom...
By: Kathy Giller
am Kathy Giller, and the day my husband, Lee, walked into the house to tell us
that he had breast cancer will always be etched in my memory. Thos...
By: Amanda DeBard
in today to a new digital series, In the
Company of Friends, that will inspire black women to understand their
breast cancer risk....
By: Jim Peters
It was 2010 when I found out my mom had stage I breast
cancer. The first thing she said? “I’m going to be fine.” Thankfully, she was.
But at the tim...