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October Is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

This month, ‘pink’ is everywhere. It’s on coffee cups, t-shirts, bumper stickers; pink amenity kits are now being offered to Qatar Airways’ First and Business Class passengers! 207 more words

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How Susan G. Komen Foundation Determines Research Funding Recipients

Founded by Daniel Farber and headquartered in Barrington, New Jersey, Bright lights USA is a manufacturer of military spare parts. A company with a strong commitment to corporate social responsibility, Bright lights USA supports the Susan G. 163 more words

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In Wake of #Charlottesville, Several National Charities Cancel Fundraisers at Trump's Mar-a-Lago

by Jackie Wattles, Ahiza Garcia and Jill Disis via money.cnn.com

The American Red Cross, The Salvation Army and Susan G. Komen Foundation all said Friday they’re canceling events at Trump’s Palm Beach property Mar-a-Lago. 269 more words


Healthwatch 16: Breast Cancer Symposium on Saturday

SCRANTON — There is a lot of focus on early detection, early diagnosis, and early treatment of breast cancer.

But some in the medical field say there’s a growing need for information about later stage breast cancer too, especially in this area. 416 more words

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Susan G. Komen Foundation Hosts "More Than Pink" Celebration

The Susan G. Komen of Northeastern Pennsylvania event “More Than Pink” was held at the Radisson Hotel in Scranton, Pennsylvania on Sunday, February 26.

In attendance at the “Pink Elegance Goes Hollywood” celebration were, from left:  Lauren Telep , Judge Julia Munley of Lackawanna County , Melanie Mohila, Joan Narcoonis, and Lorrie Rilley.


Susan G. Komen-Affiliated Center Makes Gene-Related Breakthrough

Robert “Bob” Juckniess became the chief executive officer for the Migizi Economic Development Company in Mount Pleasant, Michigan, in June of 2016. A wholly owned subsidiary of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe, the Migizi Economic Development Company manages the tribe’s non-gaming businesses. 154 more words

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