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The Do the Wright Thing Super Hero 5K fundraiser will kick off in Cimarron Saturday morning, the first of two charity events meant to raise money for Gray County cancer patients.Originally created in 2012 to benefit St. Catherine Hospital Breast Center Director Heather Wright-Renick, who was fighting breast cancer at the time, the 5K and Do the Wright Thing softball tournament have grown over the years to help approximately 20 other locals battling cancer and to make others aware of... [Read More]
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The 2018 Bust Breast Cancer event is still several months from now but planning for the bra art fashion show is already well underway. The models this year are all breast cancer survivors. [Read More]
Three years ago, Davina McNaney ran more than 400 miles from Michigan to New York. Now, the 45-year-old mother of two is about to embark on another journey. [Read More]
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Davina McNaney is running with a purpose as she began a journey from Boston to upstate New York. [Read More]
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The Pink Heals tour recently traveled to Beaver Meadows to honor three breast cancer survivors. The bright pink truck — nicknamed "Mae" — rolled up to the home of Ruth Donald, where Pink Heals representatives presented flowers to survivors Jean Moyer, Bea... [Read More]
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A local golf course raised money to fight breast cancer on Thursday. The Pink Par-Tee benefits the cancer program at McLaren-Flint. [Read More]
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Cancer for many of us hits close to home. Some of the first things we think about are chemotherapy, radiation, and worst of all, death. However, a TAILORx study is proving that chemotherapy may not always be necessary. The study is based on a scoring system; the lower the number, the lower the risk of recurrence. Doctors revealed the results from those at low risk in 2015 now, they have the results of those at intermediate risk. Breast cancer survivor, Janice Reed described her initial thoughts when diagnosed with stage 1 breast cancer nine years ago.... [Read More]
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The women of Washington trade in suits and dresses for uniforms and cleats, as Democrats and Republicans put their differences aside to battle cancer. The women of Capitol Hill put politics aside to fight a common enemy Wednesday night, breast cancer. Our Washington reporter Alana Austin caught up with them at the ballpark. For once on Capitol Hill, Democrats and Republicans are playing on the same team. "We as women know we've got to come together," said Rep. Cheri Bustos (D-IL). Iowa Senator Joni Ernst (R) says she's playing in honor of a dear friend... [Read More]
An analysis has linked higher body mass index, or BMI, to lower breast cancer risk for younger women, even for women within a normal weight range. [Read More]
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An Oklahoma non-profit is holding a special event this weekend to honor breast cancer survivors. [Read More]
Davina McNaney's second multi-state run begins Friday in Boston. The Wayne County native is raising funds and awareness for breast cancer research.        ... [Read More]
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Lynn McDaniel has no trouble discussing her breast cancer diagnosis and recent mastectomy, but the damage done by Phoenix over the past two year brings tears to her eyes. [Read More]
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Nancy Ross couldn't be stopped by a rape in the military, domestic violence or a drug addiction. And she's certain she won't be stopped by her latest opponent either: breast cancer. Yesterday was a watershed moment for Ross as she was among 131 inspiring women from across the Bay State honored at yesterday's 15th annual Unsung Heroines of Massachusetts celebration at the State House. [Read More]
Augusta University Medical Center held an event to recognize people who've survived cancer Wednesday. It was a chance to show people that they care. There were also items encouraging them to be healthy, like pamphlets and fruit. Cecil Herrin is a breast cancer survivor. He is celebrating seven years of being cancer free. After his diagnoses, he turned a negative into positive and created an endowment at the cancer center to help men. "Being a survivor is a pers... [Read More]
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A woman battling breast cancer thought she had been through the biggest struggle of her life. 37-year-old Kim Bowles beat cancer, but now she's taking on one of the country's top hospitals here in Cleveland. [Read More]
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Molly was a mama that`s was going through a lot before she came to Dallas Pets Alive. Molly was found as a stray dog, and she was heart worm positive and she had breast cancer. However, Molly is strong. Dallas Pets Alive wasn`t giving up, and neither was Molly. [Read More]
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Columnist and former Fargo TV anchor Nicole Phillips and her daughter, Jordan, appeared on The Hallmark Channel's "Home and Family" to talk about Cozys for the Cure, Jordan's project to raise money for breast cancer research by selling hand-sewn coffee cup sleeves.The episode... [Read More]
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A former Puma Biotechnology Inc executive was sentenced on Wednesday to 2-1/4 years in prison for trading on inside information ahead of announcements by the biopharmaceutical company about a breast cancer drug it was developing. [Read More]
A former Puma Biotechnology Inc executive was sentenced on Wednesday to 2-1/4 years in prison for trading on inside information ahead of announcements by the biopharmaceutical company about a breast cancer drug it was developing. [Read More]
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