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Know Your History to Change History

Rosalyn Williams was 39 years old when her good friend, as only a good friend would do, expressed that Rosalyn needed to get a new bra because she was spilling out of hers. Rosalyn had […]

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Changing Black History When it comes to Breast Cancer

Circle of Promise: Initiative Update In April 2014, all seven Susan G. Komen affiliates in California set out to change the disparities that African American women face when it comes to breast cancer. While incidence […]

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Komen’s Public Policy Priorities for 2016

2016 Federal Advocacy Priorities Each year, Komen works to identify, through a transparent and broad-based, intensive vetting and selection process, the policy issues that have the greatest potential impact on Komen’s mission. This process includes the […]

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Pink the Rink Night — San Diego Gulls

We are very excited to be partnering with the San Diego Gulls for their Pink in the Rink Night on February 6, 2016 to promote breast cancer awareness.  Tickets are $20, with $5 from each […]

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Read the latest on Breast Cancer News

Breast Cancer News Medical Xpress – Women aged 18-44 with a history of breast cancer reported a lower health-related quality of life than older survivors, highlighting the impact of breast cancer on the physical and […]

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Susan G. Komen President and CEO in the Huffington Post

Read Susan G. Komen President and CEO Dr. Judy Salerno’s newest blog post on Huffington Post about World Cancer Day and the state of the women’s cancers around the world. Healthy Women Build Healthy Communities […]

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WOMEN AND HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS SHOULD HAVE THE FINAL SAY ON MAMMOGRAM SCHEDULES

Komen Renews Concern over Task Force Proposal to Raise Routine Mammography Age Susan G. Komen, the leader of the world’s largest breast cancer organization says women and their doctors should be the final decision-makers when […]

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Susan G. Komen San Diego Services

Every year Susan G. Komen San Diego raises funds and awards grants, providing free services through our non-profit and research partners. Wherever there’s a gap—Komen fills it. With $1.1 million being granted this year, Komen San Diego continues to be the County’s largest funder of free breast cancer treatments, services and support and is the only organization providing qualified women the free services they need for every step of the breast cancer journey.

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