The Avon Walk for Breast Cancer raises money for researchers to find a cure for the disease, and gives women and men breast cancer screenings, support and treatment, regardless of their ability to pay. Visit AvonWalk. Susan G.
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Kelsey center, left and Amy Barris center, right are seen at a past opening ceremony of the Breast Cancer 3-Day fundraiser. The pair are set to begin this year's walk today in Dearborn. Thousands of men and women in Michigan will try to walk 60 miles in three days starting today to raise money and awareness for breast cancer.
Komen breast cancer walk. Debby Padzensky, 46, of Deerfield, a year breast cancer survivor, reacts after walking 20 miles Friday for her dad, Ron Ross, who died of breast cancer. She is congratulated by her son Eliot Padzensky, 16, at the finish point for the first day of the Susan G.
A three-day fundraiser this weekend to fight breast cancer began Friday and will take walkers on a mile journey of the Twin Cities. The Susan G. Komen 3-Day has attracted more thanparticipants nationwide and raised millions of dollars to battle cancer since it began in
Petty Officer 3rd Class Kari Riggs is participating in a mile, three-day walk to raise funds for breast cancer research. The T-shirts list 14 different slang terms for breasts — and at the bottom, the slogan says it all. Naval Hospital Okinawa Dermatology Clinic.
Walking 60 miles over the course of three days is no easy feat — even if you do work out every day or have ran marathons. Your body was made to walk, but it will take a commitment to training to help you cross the finish line. Here are 10 tips to get you ready to walk for the cure.