“The 5 Things I Learned From Breast Cancer” Janice McKenzie-Crayton #IAmKomenATL – Women of color have the worst breast cancer outcomes in Atlanta. That’s why I….
When I was diagnosed with breast cancer in May of 1998, I was preparing to send my daughter to college and training for a marathon. ….
Statement from Cati Diamond Stone, Executive Director of Susan G. Komen Greater Atlanta: “Recent news has led to a lot of confusion about mammograms and….
I am a breast cancer survivor. As I reflect on my journey, one thing is clear: knowledge is power in the fight against breast cancer. ….
#IAmKomenATL – Women of color have the worst breast cancer outcomes in Atlanta. That’s why I am part of Komen Atlanta’s Sisters of Promise, which is….
When I was 42 years old, my first routine mammogram led to a biopsy, which later revealed a breast cancer diagnosis. My son was 2….
Nearly five years ago, at the age of 35, I was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer. My cancer was aggressive, and so was my….
Georgia Tech Receives $450,000 in Research Funding DALLAS – Sept. 22, 2015 – Susan G. Komen, the world’s largest nonprofit funder of breast cancer research,….