October is Breast Cancer Awarness Month and many businesses and organizations are join in the fight against it by selling an array of products and then donating part of the funds back to research. But unfortunately, not all pink products and charities are created equal.
1,400 participants and almost 300 volunteers helped out at the Race for the Cure. Race coordinator Jennifer Smith says 75 percent of the proceeds from the race stay in Wausau while 25 percent go back to the national organization to fund research.
Aspirus Women’s Health is offering free breast exams and mammograms to women who qualify in Birnamwood on July 26.
A worldwide program designed to help female cancer patients deal with the appearance-related side effects of their cancer treatment was offered Tuesday in Langlade County.
The Wausau Fire Department is raising awareness for breast cancer this month by trading in their blue work shirts for pink ones.
The 6th Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Ride Run and Raffle is this weekend in Marshfield.
Aspirus Women’s Health is offering free breast exams and mammograms to women who qualify in Wausau on October 1.
Besides raising money to support breast cancer research, the Susan G. Komen foundation is also teaching people about the disease.
The second annual Susan G. Komen Central Wisconsin Race for the Cure is now in the books.
In under twelve hours, runners will take to the starting line for the second annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
Breast cancer survivors are inspiring walkers and runners to take part in this weekend's Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure event in Wausau.
Kelle Matz, 48, of Schofield is a breast cancer survivor who took part in last year's race. She says support from people who care, like those who participate in the race, has given her comfort and hope.
This Sunday, thousands of people will come to Wausau for the second annual Susan G. Komen Central Wisconsin Race for the Cure.
In less than a month hundreds of people will lace up their shoes in Wausau to outpace breast cancer and they'll be led by a three time Olympic athlete.
According to Gretchen Thuot, who co-chairs the race, the massive event takes hours of dedication and lots of volunteers.
Plans are already underway for the 2011 Susan G. Komen Central Wisconsin Race for the Cure.
Preparations are underway for a second race for the cure in central Wisconsin set to take place August 21
The free screening cycle will start March 10th. This will be the last one offered this year until another grant to the hospital is approved.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and one local breast cancer survivor hopes she can help others get through their cancer treatment.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The American Cancer Society wants to remind everyone about the importance of early detection.
Aurora Health Care and Ace Hardware Stores are joining together with other community partners to increase awareness for prevention and early detection of breast cancer.
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October is "National Breast Health Awareness Month" and many people throughout the area are joining in the fight against it.
Marshfield Fire and Rescue crews are wearing pink to support breast cancer awareness.
Coming up this Saturday in Marshfield, bike riders will pedal to support breast cancer research.
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