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Your help is needed now, more than ever.
Susan G. Komen Greater Atlanta established the Komen Atlanta COVID-19 Action Fund to support urgent needs among our breast cancer community today.
Who’s at Risk?
The corona virus pandemic is new, unprecedented and confusing. Komen Atlanta is committed to keeping you informed with the latest news and guidance as the situation evolves.
Those most vulnerable within the breast cancer community include those living with metastatic breast cancer, breast cancer patients and survivors. Certain breast cancer therapies can cause immune systems to be compromised both during and long after treatment ends.
You can help ensure support continues for those in need, including:
Komen’s breast care information helpline.
Helping patients stay in treatment through assistance programs.
Guiding Patients through difficult decisions and providing social and emotional support.
Removing legal barriers to treatment and wellness for patients.
Making diagnostic services available to those with symptoms who need immediate follow up.
Funding for lifesaving research and clinical trials.
Take Precaution, What You Need to Know
Tips and Resources to Protect Yourself and Your Family
Breast cancer patients are among the most vulnerable to COVID-19. Learn about coronavirus and your risks.
- As of June 16, Susan G. Komen® now recommends that women who feel well and are due for a screening mammogram should contact their healthcare provider to make an appointment.
- Click to read the full statement regarding routine mammograms and screenings.
Undue stress may be experienced by anyone during this pandemic, especially by those more vulnerable to COVID-19. Learn how to reduce and manage stress.
Latest News and Updates
COVID-19 Response is Evolving, Remain Informed
- The Komen Atlanta MORE THAN PINK Walk has been rescheduled for Saturday, October 10. Click for more information and to get registered.
- The Greater Atlanta Metastatic Breast Cancer Conference has been rescheduled to August 22nd.
Support for breast cancer patients and survivors is imperative.