May eNews

2019-2020 Community Partners  “The Community Grants Program provides life-saving breast health services for uninsured and underinsured residents of Dallas County. Our 2019-2020 Community Partners were….

DALLAS BREAST CANCER PATIENTS, SURVIVORS AND ADVOCATES CALL ON CONGRESS TO REMOVE COST BARRIERS FOR HEALTH CARE; ENSURE TREATMENT PARITY

Susan G. Komen® Dallas County Advocates Stress Costs Can Cause Delay in Life-Saving Care  DALLAS, TEXAS. (MAY 9, 2019) – Local breast cancer survivors and….

SUSAN G. KOMEN® DALLAS COUNTY ANNOUNCES OVER $1 MILLION INVESTMENT IN LOCAL BREAST HEALTH SERVICES AND NATIONAL BREAST CANCER RESEARCH PROGRAMS AT ANNUAL PROMISE BREAKFAST

DALLAS – April 26, 2019 – Susan G. Komen® Dallas County announced their 2019-2020 Community Partners at their third annual Promise Breakfast this past Thursday,….

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What is your cancer journey? I was diagnosed with Triple Negative Breast Cancer (TNBC) in 1995. I was in remission for 19 years before the….

April eNews

Thank You Volunteers! National Volunteer Appreciation week is April 7-13. As we get ready to kick off the week, we want to take a moment….

March eNews

International Women’s Day  Happy International Women’s Day! Women, you are strong. You are special. You are making a difference. We are proud to serve women of Dallas County and….

February eNews

Fight This February This month, as we celebrate Black History Month, it’s important to remember how breast cancer affects our African-American sisters. African-American women are….

January eNews

The Results Are In! Fundraising wrapped for the 36th annual Dallas Race for the Cure in November. Combined registration fees, individual and team fundraising, and corporate….

December eNews

Are You In?  Breast cancer is unacceptable, and Susan G. Komen® Dallas County wants to stop it in its tracks. Join us in the fight. Donate….

SUSAN G. KOMEN DALLAS RACE FOR THE CURE® FINISHES STRONG IN 2018

The Komen Dallas Race for the Cure raised over $1 million to save Dallas County lives from breast cancer. DALLAS, TX – December 7, 2018….