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Susan G. Komen Feb 16
“Differences in mammography quality and follow-up, treatment delays, & misuse or underuse of treatment are some of the patterns of care that contribute to the racial survival disparity in .” – Dr. Funmi Olopade
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Susan G. Komen Feb 15
Ladies - you won't want to miss this exclusive offer from ! Get 40% off your bra purchase using the code FIGHTBACK and our amazing partner will donate $1 per bra to our mission of ending forever.
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Susan G. Komen Feb 15
“It’s important for you to build your healthcare team. These doctors are going to be with you for most of your life, and you need to make sure you’re comfortable with them.” — Desiree Walker Learn more ab the importance of being your own advocate:
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Simonetta Lein Feb 11
A breath of fresh air.
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Susan G. Komen Feb 14
Fast forward, these two Komen Scholars are happily married with kids and actively involved with Susan G. Komen Pittsburgh! We love this story of them helping save lives and finding love at the same time. Happy Valentine’s Day to all!
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Susan G. Komen Feb 14
When starting their research careers at UT Health Science Center San Antonio in the 90’s, Dr. Adrian Lee and Dr. Steffi Oesterreich were laser-focused on their early career work supported by Komen.
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Susan G. Komen Feb 14
Big news on this Valentine’s Day! Our partnerships with Play Pink for the Cure and Goes Pink are Halo Award finalists for excellence in !
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Susan G. Komen Feb 14
Happy Valentine's Day from our family to yours! Tell us about the ones you love. <3
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Susan G. Komen Feb 13
does not discriminate. Do you know at least one person who's been affected by this disease? Tell us about them.
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Susan G. Komen Feb 13
Are you in the right size bra? Now in its 19th year, 's Fit for the Cure is a great opportunity to help end while at the same time finding out if you're in the right size bra. Book your free bra fitting appointment now.
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Susan G. Komen Feb 12
Speak up for the ones you love & join us in Washington, DC to let our representatives hear your voice! Apply today for our 2019 Speak Truth to Power Conference: Advocating to Achieve Health Equity. Learn more and download the application:
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Susan G. Komen Feb 12
While moving to a new home and taking care of her newborn baby, Emily Garnett and her family received the most unexpected news – a diagnosis. Tell us what your life was like at the time of your diagnosis:
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Susan G. Komen Feb 11
How surviving inspired to make it easier for women to get mammograms.
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Know Your Girls Feb 11
🙏🏾 What are you for this week?🙏🏾
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Susan G. Komen Feb 11
SGK-funded discovery by Drs. Caswell-Jin & Curtis sheds new light on Her2+ treatment resistance. Analyzing at least 2 regions of a breast tumor, vs. 1, might lead to better treatment decisions in the clinic.
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Susan G. Komen Feb 11
Tag someone who needs to hear this today. <3
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Susan G. Komen Feb 10
Thanks to the generosity of our donors and supporters, we’re funding lifesaving research in all areas of , from basic biology to prevention to treatment and to survivorship. Learn more about how these research dollars are being put to work:
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Susan G. Komen Feb 9
Alicia Cook is a wife, mother of two, and 2x survivor, who was diagnosed at the age of 34 with stage II triple negative BC. Then, after losing her sister and other family members to this terrible disease, she became a breast cancer advocate.
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Susan G. Komen Advocacy Feb 8
“We are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of our dear friend Rep. . A fierce advocate for health care reform." Rep. Dingell was a Komen More Than Pink Hero and is the longest-serving member of Congress in history. More:
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Susan G. Komen Feb 8
A recent study, led by Komen Scholar alumna Dr. Anne McTiernan, found that moderate exercise, which equates to 45 min a day, 5 days a week, can reduce risk by as much as 20%:
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