The Susan G. Komen Foundation, in partnership with The American Cancer Society, helped Richard Bailey, who has breast cancer, get gas cards to help pay for his trips from Astoria to his treatments in Portland.
The Komen 2011 Health Expo is a fun, informative, and free breast health, general health and fitness expo at the Oregon Convention Center on September 16th and 17th! Health Expo Details
The Oregon Breast and Cervical Cancer program is a state-run program that is partially funded by the Susan G. Komen for the Cure and helps low-income women get the screenings and treatments they need.
The Race for the Cure is just a few weeks away and teams are ramping up their fundraising efforts to help find a cure for breast cancer. Some may find asking people for money difficult but KATU's Natali Marmion shows us just how easy it can be to raise money without ever leaving the office.
Oregon and Southwest Washington's Susan G. Komen for the Cure held a bake sale in its downtown Portland building on Monday.
The viral video of the "Pink glove Dance" - started in Portland by hospital staffers supporting breat cancer awareness - is moving to the next level of support for cancer research.
For some people living with cancer maintaining a household while getting life-saving treatment can be financially difficult. KATU's Steve Dunn shows us how a new program serves breast cancer patients at a very critical time in their lives.
My Little Waiting Room is free of charge, worry free and a safe environment for children while their mothers get treated for breast cancer.
It's amazing to remember that the Komen Race for the Cure started with just a small group 20 years ago. Now it has become one of Portland's great community events. It's easy to be proud of but there’s so much more.
The local Susan G. Komen for the Cure office turned to some tasty goodies for an old-fashioned fundraiser.
Gain knowledge, find support, feel empowered - that's the goal of this year's Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Conference. One of the topics that will be under discussion is cancer's impact on work life.
Thousands of women in Washington might not get the life-saving mammograms they need if proposed budget cuts are approved. Susan G. Komen for the Cure sounds the alarm, calling the proposal fiscally irresponsible and morally bankrupt.
Until the Susan G. Komen for the Cure started its fundraising efforts in 1980 you couldn't even say the words "breast cancer" on television. KATU’s Natali Marmion sat down with the woman who started it all and the promise she made.
Lifestyle Expert and Organizer Krista Colvin was diagnosed with breast cancer in the spring and shared her story with Helen Raptis.
KATU Weekend Anchor Anna Canzano draws the winning ticket for a new television Sept. 18 at the Expo Center - all part of Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure's weekend event.