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Month of October - Dine Out for the Cure

10/23 - 3rd Annual Pink in the Rink with the Elmia Jackals

10/25 - Crystal Lanes Bowl for the Cure

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2015 Pink Tie Affair - September 25
Komen Twin Tiers announces the third annual Pink Tie Affair, a cocktail reception at the National Soaring Museum, introducing the 2015 class of Pink Tie Guys..

2015 Komen Twin Tiers Race for the Cure Results
2015 Komen Twin Tiers Race for the Cure Results.

Tioga County, NY Breast Health Questionnaire
Susan G. Komen® Twin Tiers Region invites female residents of Tioga County, NY to complete a short survey concerning breast health care in Tioga County. .

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Darci's Survivor Story

In July of 2009 I was a healthy 49-year-old woman dreading turning 50.  Then I was diagnosed with breast cancer.  Suddenly turning 50 was very, very important to me.  

Let me back up a bit…  I was blessed to be adopted as an infant.  As such there is much about my family medical history that I don’t know.  Because of that fact my doctor followed the protocol of mammograms beginning at age 40.  His forethought may well have saved my life.

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Cindy's Survivor Story

My doctor said it was nothing. Yes, my breast was swollen, but there was no lump and nothing showed on the mammogram. She thought maybe it was fluid. So we did an ultrasound, and nothing showed on that either. I left the doctor’s office with one breast that didn’t match the other and with the feeling that something was really wrong. A month later, I found out I was right.

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National Spotlight
Living with Metastatic BC
People diagnosed with metastatic disease face very different challenges than people diagnosed with early breast cancer. Here, we discuss treatment, prognosis and some of the emotional and practical aspects of living with metastatic breast cancer. Find out more.

Debunking Five Common Myths About BC Treatment
Myths about breast cancer treatment can actually do more harm than good when a woman is diagnosed and needs to make complex decisions.  Learn more now!