Karmanos’ ‘Helping Hands’ Provides Breast Cancer Aid For Low Income Patients

Laura Zubeck, R.N. of Karmanos Cancer Institute explains a program called Helping Hands designed to help women and few men who are having problems paying for breast cancer medical attention.

In 2012, Helping Hands was awarded $505,500 by Komen Detroit Race for the Cure.

Related: Read more on Race for the Cure.

This feature was part of a recent episode of the CW50 community interest show “Street Beat” Watch the full episode here. Street Beat: Karmanos And Foster Children.

According to the show’s synopsis, host Roxanne Steele from 98.7 AMP Radio gives us a look at how the funds raised in the Komen Detroit Race for the Cure are put to good use.


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