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African American Celebrities and Breast Cancer

In honor of Black History Month, Susan G. Komen San Diego pays tribute to inspirational African American women and men of recent history who battled breast cancer. Wanda Sykes, the award winning comedian and actress had a […]

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African American Breast Cancer Study

If you are an African-American female, 20 —  79 years of age, a breast cancer survivor, living anywhere in the United States, let your voice be heard. Join the discussion on African-American women breast cancer […]

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Breast cancer hits close for former nurse

Former nurse, Cely Arroyo’s story began in March 2014 when she was diagnosed with stage 3 HER2 and metastatic breast cancer shortly after her 61st birthday.  Her family was shocked by this diagnosis because their […]

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Goodbye. Rest in Peace.

It’s tough for me to write this. I’ve struggled with the words. What do you say when two people you love have died? How do you write the words and capture the essence of their […]

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Needs analysis underway: Breast cancer in San Diego County

Susan G. Komen San Diego is the expert on breast cancer. No other organization has the deep understanding of barriers to care, and no other organization raises funds to bridge those gaps making access available to […]

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Komen San Diego supports SB 137 requiring insurance companies to make available updated provider directories

The Komen California Collaborative Public Policy Committee is in support of SB 137. Senator Hernandez recently introduced this legislation requiring insurers to update their provider lists weekly with more information available online. SB 137 was […]

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Escondido, San Marcos women less likely to get screened for breast cancer

The San Diego Susan G. Komen Foundation has identified Escondido and San Marcos as high-priority areas for breast cancer screening because of the amount of barriers to healthcare. According to Laura Farmer Sherman, executive director […]

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Mueren menos mujeres latinas en San Diego por cáncer de mama

Menos mujeres latinas en el condado de San Diego están viviendo hoy con el cáncer de mama, comparado al año 2000, debido al alcance comunitario de Susan G Komen de San Diego, una fundación, con […]

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SUSAN G. KOMEN® APPLAUDS PRESIDENT OBAMA’S PRECISION MEDICINE INITIATIVE

Hopes to See Greater Investment Going Forward DALLAS – January 30, 2015 – The president and CEO of the world’s leading breast cancer organization hailed the Precision Medicine Initiative unveiled by President Obama today and […]

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Remembering Anne Frank

The theme for the 2015 Holocaust Memorial Day is “keep memory alive.”  Today I remember Anne Frank who started her diary at the age of just 13 while hiding from the German occupation of Amsterdam […]

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