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K-FROG Staffer Shares Her Journey Through Her Mother's Breast Cancer

K-FROG Staffer Samantha Moore shares the personal journey she took with her mom, who was diagnosed with triple-negative breast cancer.

In May, 2007 my mom, age 47 at the time, was diagnosed with Stage 2 triple negative breast cancer. 673 more words


Collaboration: National Treatment Assistance Fund

The costs of breast cancer treatment can impose a significant financial burden on survivors. The Susan G. Komen® National Treatment Assistance Fund helps bridge the gap for individuals who are actively undergoing breast cancer treatment. 224 more words

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Collaboration: Metastatic Breast Cancer Alliance

Metastatic breast cancer is breast cancer that has spread beyond the breast to other organs in the body. In the U.S., most women with metastatic cancer develop it when cancer returns at some point after their initial breast cancer diagnosis and treatment. 154 more words

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Cross-cultural Connection

Recently I went to an outreach center in a different part of the city, a few blocks from the subway and behind the mosque in Roxbury.  657 more words


Global Collaboration in the Fight Against Breast Cancer

At Susan G. Komen®, we believe that where a woman lives shouldn’t determine if she lives. So Komen is fighting breast cancer in countries across the globe to reduce breast cancer mortality worldwide. 366 more words

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AAPS Pharmaceutical Science Roundup, October 2014

In recognition of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the October edition of the roundup features articles on breast cancer treatments, prevention, testing, and impact. 157 more words


Collaboration: The Komen Helpline

1-877 GO KOMEN (1-877-465-6636)

The Susan G. Komen® helpline offers breast cancer education, psychosocial support and information about resources callers need to cope with breast cancer issues. 240 more words

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