Race for the Cure
The 2014 Susan G . Komen Michigan 3-Day walk walk raised $2.4 million to fight breast cancer.
A sea of pink filled the streets around Detroit’s Chene Park Saturday morning, all in the name of helping defeat breast cancer.
Michigan’s biggest breast cancer event is changing locations in 2014
Thousands turned out for the annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure at Comerica Park in Detroit.
Dozens of volunteers are busy turning the area in front of Comerica Park into an oasis of pink and one artist has written a song to honor the ones battling cancer.
Peter Littrup, M.D. of Karmanos Cancer Institute describes SoftVue, a new form of ultrasound that is pain-free and intended to replace mammography.
The scene around Comerica Park and along Woodward Avenue Saturday was a sea of pink, as thousands participated in the annual Susan G. Komen Foundation, Race for the Cure event.
Thousands of cancer survivors and their friends will gather 21st annual Susan G. Komen Detroit Race for the Cure on Saturday, May 26.
Forty thousand people walked along Woodward Avenue, near Comerica Park, raising money to fight breast cancer for the 20th annual Susan G. Komen Detroit Race for the Cure.
Registered Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure walkers and those interested in participating are invited to attend a three-mile training session on Saturday, April 23 beginning at 9 am in Farmington Hills.