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Susan G. Komen for the Cure will next year cut in half the number of cities hosting its annual three-day walk, and not because breast cancer has been eradicated. The high-profile charity cited economic difficulties this week to explain the elimination of seven host cities: Boston, Cleveland, Phoenix, San Francisco, Tampa Bay, Fla. The latest financial setback comes after the Dallas-based group, formerly known as The Susan G.
As one of the organization's signature events that has touched millions of lives, the Susan G. The Susan G. The weekend will begin with a moving sunrise Opening Ceremony, continue on through two eventful nights with the Komen 3-Day community and finally come to a close as walkers reach the finish line to celebrate their mile journeys.
Finishing the iconic Susan G. Komen 3-Day walk last year was so important to breast cancer survivor Geri Bertolino, she wouldn't let even a serious knee injury stop her. The year-old Sarasota woman hobbled across the finish line on crutches, joining the 1, walkers who completed the mile trek to raise breast cancer funds and awareness.
Komen three-day, a mile walk to support breast cancer research and programs, kicked off Friday at the Del Mar Fairgrounds. The event is one of seven scheduled by the nonprofit this year and one of two on the West Coast. Walkers this year began their journey at the fairgrounds at a.
Jul 31, 3-Day 5 comments. Emotionally challenging? Well, yes, I think my emotions, which are usually kept very close to my chest, will most likely be like a puddle on the floor. I think it probably feels that way to most women.
Lauran Bromley and hundreds of other walkers will take to Chicago's streets Friday for a weekend-long stroll to raise awareness and money for the fight against breast cancer. But this Susan G. Komen 3-Day won't match last year's 1, walkers, said Dr.
After a year filled with controversybreast cancer charity Susan G. Since the first 3-Day inthe organization has held the mile charity walks in several different cities throughout the country. The money raised by the event series goes to breast cancer education, research, screening, treatment, and more, according to company data from Komen spokesperson Andrea Rader.