20 July 2010

Breast Cancer - Race for the cure

Susan G. Komen for the Cure ® & Israel Breast Cancer Collaborative
Susan G. Komen for the Cure® - Is the largest international volunteer organization to increase awareness of the fight against breast cancer and to support scientific research to prevent disease and will be starting its activities in Israel in October 2010 through 'Israel Breast Cancer Collaborative'.

This initiative is a continuation of the action plan of the organization to work globally for the discovery and production of the cure for breast cancer. The "Susan G. Komen for the Cure" is unique, it combines support for scientific research with funding for education, detection and treatment programs on a global scale.
The organization began with a promise of two sisters, Nancy Goodman Brinker and Susan Goodman Komen, when Susan was fighting her battle against breast cancer. The compassion and concern for Susan in relation to other people and the commitment and determination to make a difference when he suffered his own trial moved to his sister, Nancy Goodman Brinker, who promised his sister he would do everything he could to stop breast cancer forever. This promise exists and lives in the "Susan G. Komen for the Cure" Foundation and is serving as an inspiration to people around the world.
Since this promise made 30 years ago the Susan G Komen for the Cure has invested nearly US$ 1.5 billion worldwide in research, education, detection, treatment and awareness programs especially aimed at low income communities, where the need for awareness and education are higher.

Click here to make a donation to Susan G. Konner for the Cure  


Maria Inês Teixeira de Queiroz Aguiar Marçalo said...


nikol said...

En España(Cataluña)el sistema publico de salud,están administrando marihuana a las pacientes con cancer de máma,al parecere con unos resultados bastante aceptables.

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