• Big Possibilities with Big Data in Breast Cancer

    Research


    The potential for Big Data in breast cancer is virtually endless – literally the world at your fingertips.  Imagine what could happen to the pace of research if scientists had access to data from thousands of laboratories and research studies worldwide.

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    While one in eight women will be diagnosed at some point in their lifetime, no one ever really thinks it will be them – even when it has touched their...

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    What You Need to Know: 10 Common Breast Cancer Myths Debunked

    Headlines & Helpful Information

    Every fall we are surrounded by tons of information about breast cancer. Some good, some bad. The internet can be a huge help, but it is also filled w...

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    Metastatic Breast Cancer Update

    Leadership

    We need to better understand: why breast cancer spreads; why some patients are impacted (sometimes years after their initial breast cancer diagnosis) ...

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    Knowing Your Family Health History

    Personal Stories

    For Felicia’s family, this disease is personal, as it is for so many others. That’s why we’re advocating for you to know more about your family health...

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    Gaining New Ground in Research

    Headlines & Helpful Information

    Breakthroughs in breast cancer research happen every single day – just ask the researchers, postdoctoral fellows and physicians working long hours and...

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    Warning Signs of Male Breast Cancer

    Headlines & Helpful Information

    Mayra Sandoval receives many anonymous calls as a Komen breast care helpline specialist. One call she remembers in particular was from a distressed wi...

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    A Family Health Portrait

    Headlines & Helpful Information

    The following blog appeared in The Huffington Post on May 4, 2016.By Judy Salerno, M.D., M.S., President and CEO of Susan G. Komen and Theodora Ross, ...

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    Healthy Women Build Healthy Communities

    Global

    While we first put down roots in the U.S. in 1982, we have worked in more than 60 countries since our founding to reduce breast cancer deaths in count...

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