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Lake County: Pink fire truck coming to Concord

11:39 AM, Sep 5, 2011

Pink Heals Tour 2011 coming to Concord on Wednesday

Run for Mom on Mother's Day, fight breast cancer

6:12 PM, May 2, 2011

8th annual The Race at Legacy Village on May 8.

Mammogram recommendation has negative effects

10:35 AM, May 2, 2011

Women 40-49 not getting mammograms at risk.  

Friend to Friend: University Hospitals breast cancer vaccine study

7:33 AM, Dec 4, 2009

CLEVELAND -- Research out of the Ireland Cancer Center of University Hospitals Case Medical Center has found that the vast majority of triple negative breast cancers express the MUC-1 target.

Friend to Friend: Tricia-Hope Stutin

10:12 AM, Sep 4, 2009

MAYFIELD HEIGHTS -- You've probably heard the statistics by now, that one in eight women will develop breast cancer.

Friend to Friend: Diane Jones and Tsammie

6:31 PM, Aug 3, 2009

CHAGRIN FALLS -- Many people understand the bond between humans and their animals.

Friend to Friend: Sharon Klonowski

12:16 AM, Jul 5, 2009

CLEVELAND -- Six months ago, Sharon Klonowski got her routine mammogram and started her breast cancer journey.

Friend to Friend: Fibroids save woman from ovarian cancer

6:46 AM, Jun 4, 2009

CLEVELAND -- Five years ago, Jill Gresham was 36 and just beat breast cancer. She was lucky.

Friend-to-Friend: Local woman walks for cause beyond her own

7:35 AM, Feb 4, 2009

CLEVELAND -- The weather won't stop her, she doesn't mind the cold. Even thigh-high snow can't slow her down.

Lakewood Hospital offers free mammograms to uninsured

6:14 AM, Jan 4, 2009

LAKEWOOD -- Now there are no excuses not to get a mammogram.  Lakewood Hospital is now offering free mammograms to uninsured woman through their new Hope Program.

Friend To Friend: Mamie Singleton

1:46 PM, Dec 16, 2008

Breast cancer survivor Mamie Singleton talks about being diagnosed with breast cancer as her sister was battling it.

Friend of the Month: Pam Mascio

8:36 PM, Nov 3, 2008

Pam Mascio talks about breast cancer advocacy in Ohio.

Komen works to re-ignite war on cancer

4:44 PM, Nov 3, 2008

The Komen Advocacy Alliance is working to build a foundation for support for bi-partisan comprehensive cancer legislation soon to be introduced by Senators Edward Kennedy (D-MA) and Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX). 

Friend Of the Month: Megan Wolf

3:11 PM, Oct 3, 2008

Pick Your Pink, Play your Part, End Breast Cancer Forever

3:10 PM, Oct 3, 2008

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and you can play a part in ending breast cancer forever. Passionately Pink for the Cure® is a fun-filled and easy-to-execute program running through October which allows you and your friends, neighbors and coworkers to be breast cancer advocates and honor those affected by breast cancer.

Friend of the Month: Diane Montville

9:51 AM, Sep 9, 2008

Diane Montville talks about staying positive after her diagnosis.

15 Years, 20,000 people, 1 Cure: The 2008 Northeast Ohio Race for the Cure

4:11 PM, Sep 2, 2008

On Saturday, September 13th more than 20,000 Ohioans are expected to take part in the 15th annual Susan G. Komen Northeast Ohio Race for the Cure®.

Komen Corner: Amish and Mennonite Breast Health Project

2:49 PM, Sep 2, 2008

Susan G. Komen for the Cure may be the largest and most well known organization dedicated to a world without breast cancer, however, few realize just how far each locally donated dollar goes.

Friend to Friend

9:29 PM, Aug 3, 2008

CLEVELAND -- The Breast Cancer 3-Day in Cleveland kicks off August 22nd and it's a great cause to get behind.

Friend of the Month: Gabrielle Brett

4:59 PM, Jul 3, 2008

Gabrielle Brett discusses why she decided to have a preventative double mastectomy.

The Journey of a Promise: Past, Present and Future of Breast Cancer

5:40 PM, Jul 2, 2008

Over 25 years ago, when Nancy Brinker made a promise to her dying sister, Susan G. Komen, that she would do everything in her power to end breast cancer forever, the five year survival rate for breast cancer was only 74 percent and fewer than 30 percent of women received an annual clinical exam.  

Friend to Friend: Gerry Perine

6:50 PM, Jun 3, 2008

Gerry Perine did everything right. She always got her annual mammogram and visited her doctor each year. She also did her monthly self exams. But four and a half years ago, Perine learned she had breast cancer. 

Friend of the Month: Linda Nisley

5:27 PM, Jun 2, 2008

Breast cancer is claiming Amish women at a much higher rate than non-Amish.

Friend of the Month: Lee Halarewicz

5:23 PM, May 28, 2008

Watch Lee Halarewicz' story.

Ron Roseman talks about male breast cancer

5:20 PM, May 28, 2008

Visiting his doctor for a routine cholesterol check last May, Cleveland native Ron Roseman casually mentioned a strange lump he had recently discovered on his breast.

Breast Cancer 3-Day back to Cleveland

5:19 PM, May 28, 2008

Cleveland -- People will walk 60 miles in three days to fight breast cancer.

Komen for the Cure goes to The Gap

5:01 PM, Feb 29, 2008

Startling statistics abound when analyzing the state of breast cancer in Ohio: breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among women in Ohio; Ohio ranks 29th for incidence of invasive breast cancer, but 4th in the nation for breast cancer mortality; and this year, nearly 6,700 women in Ohio will receive a breast cancer diagnosis and more than 1,800 will die of the disease.

Komen goes back to the future

11:48 AM, Feb 3, 2008

The Amish and Mennonite communities that dot Central, Eastern and Southern Ohio are known for their simple way of life, shunning most modern technologies and conveniences. Yet, while their beliefs and practices hearken to an earlier era, many Amish and Mennonites in Ohio are now receiving the very latest in breast health and education.