• 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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    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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    The Cancer Moonshot: Ready, Willing and Able

    Community

    President Obama’s announcement of a cancer “Moonshot” - with Vice President Joe Biden at the controls - is sending positive shockwaves through the can...

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    We Have Flowers

    Headlines & Helpful Information

    I’ve heard it said, “Fall down seven times; get up eight.”Resiliency is a defining factor of our humanity – the ability to overcome and push forward. ...

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    When we read a health research-related story, we really want to know how the results affect us.  When and/or how will the findings change how doctors ...

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    Why Pink is Powerful

    Headlines & Helpful Information

    During October, pink is everywhere. It’s in your stores, on TV, on the highway – even your favorite sports teams are wearing the color! Many find them...

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    The biggest health crisis around the world is the growing burden of non-communicable diseases, disproportionately affecting the world’s poor, young an...

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