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The nation’s largest “Race For The Cure” will now go down in Columbus on August 1. The race was postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak and the original date was May 16. Julie McMahon, the Interim Director for “Race for the Cure” said the decision to push the race back “wasn’t taken lightly.” “Komen Columbus […]

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  Hearing the words you have breast cancer is devastating to digest for any woman.  In hopes to offer some relief and a way to shake off some of the stress, a dance studio located in Delaware County is sharing the art of dance. Pamela Baragona is a dance instructor at Fred Astaire dance studio […]

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Save The Ta-Ta’s!! Today was the official 2019 Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure! The event was held in downtown Columbus and more than 21,000 people took to the city streets wearing pink to show their support for the movement, making it the largest in the country! The event began at 7 a.m. with […]

Rhonda is a breast cancer survivor. She shares the story of how she got diagnosed after scheduling a mammogram on a whim when she took her daughter to the doctor. She explains what her specific situation was, the treatment she received, and why her diagnosis was at a stage 3. Rhonda also talks about her […]

  Paulette Leaphart, a cast member in Beyoncé‘s visual album and artistic triumph Lemonade, left her hometown of Biloxi, Mississippi, on April 30th determined to walk the 1,034 miles to Washington, D.C. — and she did it topless. The daring move was intended to make a statement to Congress about breast cancer. The single mother-of-eight was diagnosed with Stage 2 […]

According to researchers, denser breasts make it harder to detect cancer in a mammogram because non-cancerous fatty cells could show up as white on a mammogram, the same as cancerous fatty cells.

Whether you are told you have cancer alone or with someone, getting over the initial shock is hard enough – but you then have to…

  The Susan G. Komen Foundation has enlisted the help of a doo-wop to remind you to get tested for Breast Cancer. Susan G. Komen…

Nestle Fitness is promoting breast cancer awareness by seeing how many people they can catch sneaking a peek at one woman’s cleavage. You might recognize…