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The 2014 Susan G. Komen Global Race for the Cure™ celebrates and honors our courageous generations of breast cancer survivors, who inspire us to continue the fight to end breast cancer forever.

Get inspired by these incredible Komen Global Race for the Cure Survivors and Co-Survivors.

     
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Kristi Mangan, Manassas, VA - Survivor

“When I learned that Komen provided breast cancer screenings and treatment for uninsured, low-income women, I knew I had to participate in the Susan G. Komen Global Race for the Cure  even though it would be just one week after my last chemo treatment.”

“I hope to help other women, especially moms, to receive screenings and treatment and to ensure no other mother has to tell her children ‘Mommy has cancer.’”

Read the rest of Kristi's story here.

 

   
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Josh Morgan, Washington, D.C. - Co-Survivor

“I plan to honor my godmother, Sonja Strickland, and ‘Make Mom Proud’ at this year’s Susan G. Komen Global Race for the Cure by serving as the Local Race Ambassador, forming a Race team and fundraising on her behalf.”

“That is why I work with Komen. They are the ones making sure that all types of moms and women throughout the high-risk region of Washington D.C. have the chances my godmother has had.”

Read the rest of Josh's story here.

 

   



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