GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump’s campaign has taken a hit this past week over sexual assault allegations — and now his businesses are too. Last week, reports surfaced that the Republican nominee’s DC hotel had been negatively impacted by his sinking campaign. On Monday, several...
After the numerous sexual assault allegations made against Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, the Susan G. Komen Foundation is being urged to severe their ties with his club Mar-a-Lago. Read more...
Susan G. Komen Foundation among them; may move big breast cancer fundraiser from Mar-a-Lago Club due to controversy over Trump's treatment of women
Following the leak of Trump boasting about grabbing women by their genitals and allegations that he inappropriately touched women — in two instances at Mar-a-Lago — the Susan G. Komen Foundation is leaning toward finding a new location...Show More Summary
By Judy Salerno, M.D., M.S., President & CEO of Susan G. Komen, and Danny Welch, Ph.D., Komen Scholar and Professor and Chair Adjunct faculty of Department of Molecular & Integrative Physiology at the University of Kansas Medical Center Today's Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day underscores a disturbing reality in breast cancer. Show More Summary
Susan G. Komen(r) awarded Lisa A. Newman, M.D., director of the Breast Cancer Center at Henry Ford Health System, with more than $600,000 in new funding for breast cancer genetics research.
You can earn 20 AAdvantage miles per dollar donated for breast cancer research 2016 through Monday, October 31, 2016 via Susan G. Komen through the Miles for the Cure program — which raises funds to support breast cancer research — from...Show More Summary
Last night on SmackDown, General Manager Daniel Bryan and Susan G. Komen honored five heroic women, Teresa Blanco, Wendy Morihiro, Sandra Lopez, Wendy Shurelds and Merrilee Neal, who took action… READ ON
Three UCSF researchers have been awarded $680,000 in grants from Susan G. Komen to support projects in breast cancer research. The grants to UCSF were among a total of $32.7 million given to researchers in 23 states and seven countries...Show More Summary
After walking the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, Hoda ended her night by seeing Meghan Trainor in concert - and she brought Jay with her! Hoda joked that they were the oldest ones there.
With breast cancer being unfortunately the second leading cause of death for women in the United States, and the statistics for the illness sadly being so high, it seems as though everyone can say they know someone who has suffered from breast cancer. Show More Summary
Whether it’s Target promoting transgender bathroom rights or the Susan G. Komen foundation donating to Planned Parenthood, we know that businesses do not often stand up for conservative values. Until today. Meet Patriot Mobile, a phone company that will always support conservatism and American values. Show More Summary
Four years ago, Donald Trump bid $12,000 at a Susan G. Komen fundraiser to acquire a Denver Broncos helmet and jersey autographed by Tim Tebow. He paid for it not with personal funds, but instead with a $12,000 payment from his Donald J. Show More Summary
Kelly Osbourne hits the red carpet ahead of her hosting duties at the Babes for Boobs Bachelor Auction on Thursday night (June 16) in Los Angeles. Along with Bella Thorne and pro dancer Kym Johnson, the 31-year-old TV personality helped to raise monies to benefit the Los Angeles County Affiliate of Susan G. Komen. PHOTOS: [...]
The GW Cancer Center received nearly $100,000 to reduce cancer disparities in Washington, D.C.'s lesbian, bisexual, and transgender communities from Susan G. Komen.
By Judy Salerno, M.D., M.S., President and CEO of Susan G. Komen and Theodora Ross, M.D., Ph.D., Author of "A Cancer in the Family: Take Control of Your Genetic Inheritance" and Director of University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Cancer Genetics Program It may be impossible to fully appreciate the impact our parents have on us... Show More Summary
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Today's World Cancer Day holds special meaning to those of us at Susan G. Komen. While we first put down roots in the U.S. in 1982, we have worked in more than 60 countries since our founding to reduce breast cancer deaths in countries where the disease still carries stigma and shame, and where resources to treat it are scarce. Show More Summary
Why would a “pink” stool softener cost 11% more than its blue counterpart? Are the ingredients more expensive? Did it cost more to survey OB/GYNs? Is the company contributing $1 per package to Susan G. Komen? Or are the manufacturer and retailer reaping higher profits on the pink package? This last possibility is [...]