Metastatic Breast Cancer Research is Our Priority

Susan G. Komen San Diego’s 2017 Race for the Cure – We Are More Than Pink

San Diego Police Dance at the 3-Day — boost morale

Susan G. Komen San Diego 2014 Race For The Cure 5K

Breast Cancer Awareness Month in San Diego

To kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month in San Diego, Mayor Kevin Faulconer and his wife, Katherine, joined Susan G. Komen San Diego to flip the switch and illuminate the Serra Museum in bright pink.

“Too Many Names” Mural Seattle 3-Day 2014

Breast Cancer Can’t Stop San Diegans

Educate Just One–Susan G. Komen San Diego–#PayPinkForwardSD

Only 37% of women in San Diego are aware of the free services available through Susan G. Komen San Diego.

Spread the word. Share this video. Save a life. #paypinkforwardsd

Bridget Spence

Bridget Spence was diagnosed at the age of 21 with Stage 4 metastatic breast cancer.  Watch her tell her personal story of survival and how Susan G. Komen helped her every step of the way.  Bridget shared her story to nearly 1,000 representatives from Komen Affiliates, Partners and Grantees attending the opening session of the 2012 Susan G. Komen Leadership Conference.  Sadly, Bridget passed away in March 2013.

30 Years of Moments and Milestones

Look how far Susan G. Komen has come in the past 30 years.  This moments and milestones video was first debuted at the 2012 Susan G. Komen Leadership Conference in Fort Worth, Texas.  

Susan G. Komen®:  Speedbag PSA

View our :30 public service announcement showing the emotion behind the face we will never stop fighting to end breast cancer forever.