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The Mission of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation is to eradicate breast cancer by advancing research, education,screening and treatment and delivering the life-saving message of early detection. Read more.
Lori Wines, left, and Beverly Cornutt are training tp participate for the upcoming Breast Cancer 3-Day walk for the cure event. After months of training and fundraising, participants will walk 60 miles during three days to raise awareness and funds for critical research and community outreach programs. The walkers will cover about 20 miles a day, traveling at their own pace.
InSan Antonio pathologist, Deborah Douglas learned she had breast cancer. She had already lost her husband and her father to cancer. Now, it was her turn to face it.
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Saturday, August 17 Training Walk. Join us as we raise money for breast health and breast cancer programs that focus on screening, diagnostics, genetic counseling and testing, support services, and research in Georgia! Who will you walk for in ?
Friday's walk: 21 miles. As far as anyone knows, she is the first person from Ada to participate in the 3-Day, which benefits Susan G. Komen for the Cure, part of 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. The event invites countless supporters from all walks of life each year to register, commit and participate in a weekend full of celebration and commemoration of those in the fight against breast cancer.
I believe there are some training guidelines that I'll receive from the organization itself, but I also wanted to see if you had any tips for walking. The pace is leisurely, but I've still heard that many people don't finish. Any ideas to ensure I complete my goal?