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Shop at Ralphs and Food4 Less and Save a Life

By |September 16th, 2014|

When you shop at Ralphs and Food for Less between September 28 and October 11, you will help breast cancer patients become breast cancer survivors.
Look for the pink “sharing courage” tags across all aisles […]

Check out the centerpieces

By |September 9th, 2014|

Are you coming to our first ever (and annual) Screens, Genes & the Choices We Make?   If not, think about it.  It’s going to be amazing.  (just saying).  Check out the cool centerpieces being […]

New Race App!

By |September 9th, 2014|

NEW! This year you can fundraise on your mobile devices with SGK Fundraise for the Race for the Cure. By using this app you can ask for donations, track fundraising, recruit team members and […]

The “Pink Plate” bill is back and we need your help!

By |September 9th, 2014|

The breast cancer license plate bill, AB 49, has made its way to Governor Jerry Brown’s desk and he needs to hear from you that this legislation must be signed.  The revised language of […]

San Diego Chargers Nick Novak and Jahleel Addae Named 2014 Honorary Race for the Cure Chairs

By |September 3rd, 2014|

Players’ personal connection to breast cancer inspires them to create a Team Chargers at Susan G. Komen San Diego’s annual 5K to raise money for the fight against breast cancer
 

SAN DIEGO (September 3, 2014)—New […]

Know Your 4 Keys to Life

By |August 27th, 2014|

1. Know your risk

Talk to both sides of your family to learn about your family health history
Talk to your health care provider about your personal risk of breast cancer

2. Get screened

Talk with your […]

Breast Cancer Facts

By |August 18th, 2014|

Every 13 minutes, one woman in the U.S. will lose her life to breast cancer. But, women diagnosed with early stage breast cancer have a 99 percent survival rate. Race with us on November […]

How Komen San Diego Seeks to Be Inclusive

By |August 18th, 2014|

Komen San Diego is made up of a diverse group of dedicated volunteers and staff who are representative of the community around us.  The values that guide our work are not just words on […]

Screens, Genes, and the Choices We Make

By |August 15th, 2014|

On Tuesday, September 30, Susan G. Komen San Diego—the local organization synonymous with breast health—will host a dinner and an engaging, upbeat, and entertaining discussion about the facts that can keep you informed, healthy, […]

How to Comfort a Friend with Cancer

By |August 14th, 2014|

San Diego Family Magazine is working on an article for the October issue about “How to Comfort a Friend with Cancer.” The editor is asking for people to contribute to the article. Do you […]