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Susan G. Komen® Florida

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20 Years Ago Karen Was Alone


Karen knew no one her age that had been diagnosed with breast cancer. Everywhere she turned and everyone she reached out to pointed her in one direction; Susan G. Komen Florida. Komen Florida became her home, it became her family. It was her support system then and still to this day. This is why Karen Races for the Cure.

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Warrior In Pink - Connie Karol

The day Connie was diagnosed, she cried and cried, but then something funny happened to her and she was able to laugh—hysterically in fact. From that day forward, laughter becomes her secret weapon. Click here to read more of Connie's story. 

“Breast cancer was a reawakening. Hearing those words, ‘you have breast cancer’ stopped me dead in my tracks. Suddenly so many worries/concerns no longer seemed important. It was a time of reflection, reprioritizing, letting go. Trusting in God’s plan.”

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Florida Makes History as State Capitol Goes Pink for First Time During October's Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Susan G. Komen Florida is standing behind our commitment to improving women’s health in the state, and fair and greater access to affordable screenings and treatments. In a momentous move, and for the entire month of October, the state capital will turn pink to pay tribute to Floridians who have been diagnosed, are living with breast cancer and to those who have lost their battle.

Komen Florida knows we can save and improve countless lives by reducing barriers to care through meaningful changes to public policy by working with members of the legislature to find innovative ways to provide greater care, reduce patient costs, and help ensure women have access to life-saving and life-extending treatments. Click here to read more about the legislation Komen Florida is working on.

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Susan G. Komen Unveils $26 Million Investment in Research Focused on Metastatic Breast Cancer and New Treatments

Susan G. Komen, the world’s leading breast cancer organization, has announced $26 million in funding for new research projects that focus on metastatic breast cancer, developing new, more effective treatments, and addressing disparities in breast cancer outcomes. Click here to read more about the investment in research.

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Komen Florida BigWigs are community leaders and superheroes on a mission to end breast cancer forever by raising awareness and funds in their community while having fun wearing a ridiculous pink wig. From now until October 25th, our BigWigs around the state are working together to ensure no woman or man walks the breast cancer journey alone.

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Join Lilly Pulitzer at The Gardens Mall on Monday, October 14th and shop for a cause in support of Susan G. Komen Florida! Bring your friends and enjoy sips and sweets while shopping the new Resort 2019 arrivals. 10% of proceeds will be donated to Susan G. Komen Florida.

Not able to join us in store on Monday, October 14th? No problem! Stop by Lilly Pulitzer on Saturday and Sunday, mention Komen Florida, and pre-shop to support this event.

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On behalf of the women (and men) of Florida, we ask you to join us in the fight against breast cancer by participating in Downtowns Go Pink this October. Restaurants and shops lining the avenues of our cities and towns will become destination hot spots by offering special promotions to raise funds for state-wide, life-saving breast cancer programs and research. Click here to view all of the businesses participating in Downtowns Go Pink.

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Rally for the Cure is Susan G. Komen’s grassroots program that spreads awareness and raises funds to fight breast cancer through golf, tennis, bowling, and dining events. Since 1996, more than 35,000 volunteer Ambassadors have helped fund life-saving community breast cancer programs and research to find cures for breast cancer. Click here to find out more information about starting a Rally for the Cure.

Help us reduce the current number of breast cancer deaths by 50% in the U.S. by 2026 by spreading the word about the Susan G. Komen Breast Care Helpline, 
1-877 GO KOMEN. 
Because financial hardship should never keep anyone from the treatment they need.

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Susan G. Komen® Florida
1309 North Flagler Drive, 5th Floor | West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Telephone (561) 514-3020
Fax (561) 514-3531