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Susan G. Komen Northern & Central California
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Californians will be seeing more pink on the state’s roadways as the DMV begins issuing license plates supporting breast cancer awareness. A portion of the fees the DMV collects for the new Pink Ribbon plates will go to the California Department of Health Care Services’ Every Woman Counts program. The program provides mammograms, breast cancer diagnostic services, breast cancer education, and other breast cancer awareness services to California’s underserved women. “The Pink Ribbon license plate will increase breast cancer awareness and raise money to provide critical services to women. Early detection saves lives,” DMV Director Jean Shiomoto said. The Pink Ribbon plate is available online at PinkPlate.org.
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Last year, Dr. Alan Ashworth was recognized as one of two 2017 Brinker Awardees for Scientific Distinction. Dr. Ashworth's groundbreaking work has focused on exploiting genetic deficiencies in cancer to develop new therapeutic approaches to the disease. Read more about his revolutionary work: http://sgk.mn/2BSrSig
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Who is ready for the launch of the Susan G. Komen More Than Pink Walk in Sacramento? We can’t wait to show you the energy, inspiration and hard work that has gone into making this event our best yet. Join us in remembering those we have lost, supporting those who are still fighting and celebrating those who have survived. Together we can make a difference. See you at Cal Expo on Saturday, May 12, 2018. http://bit.ly/2AGytKq #MoreThanPink
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"I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear." #MartinLutherKingJr
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Staying on top of your breast health is an important New Year's resolution. Knowing what's normal for you may help you see or feel changes in your breast that should be reported to a doctor. Learn more about the warning signs of breast cancer: http://sgk.mn/yP4Dwy
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Mary Kathryn raises money for the breast cancer cause instead of receiving presents for her birthday. This year she raised $300.00! Komen NCCA appreciates this generous donation and Mary Kathryn’s giving spirit. Happy Birthday! 🍰🎈
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Susan G. Komen® Northern and Central California and Life Saving Images are teaming up to provide breast health and screening services with Maple Neighborhood Center, United Healthcare, Elica Health Centers, and La Familia this Friday in Sacramento from 11 am to 5 pm.

Call 800-341-6822 for questions about options for women under age 40.

Learn more here: http://bit.ly/2CX2XO1
Ver folleto en español: http://bit.ly/2CYmkGF
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We are excited to bring you something new and exciting this spring, the Susan G. Komen More Than Pink Walk in Sacramento!

The Susan G. Komen team has been hard at work creating the next evolution in the history of the Race for the Cure – and the next chapter begins here! Much of what you have come to love about the Race will continue with the More Than Pink Walk, but with a fresh new look and experience that is sure to energize our community around the lifesaving work your support is making possible. The walk will take place on May 12, 2018, at Cal Expo.

We hope you’ll come back for a day of inspiration and hope for all those battling breast cancer and those who have survived, and to remember and celebrate the lives we’ve lost to the disease. Register and fundraise today here: http://bit.ly/2AGytKq #MoreThanPink
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Before you get to the point of having nowhere else to turn, call the Komen Helpline. We're here for you. The helpline provides free, professional support services to anyone with breast cancer questions or concerns, including survivors and their families. Don't wait to call! 1-877-GO KOMEN or 1-877-465-6636. Calls are answered Monday-Friday from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. PST
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"There has been tremendous progress against this disease. There is more to do. We are fighting with new vigor." -Paula Schneider, Susan G. Komen President & CEO http://sgk.mn/2CQPiYO
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