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Susan G. Komen Announces Nearly $33 Million in New Research Funding to Support BOLD GOAL of Cutting Breast Cancer Mortality by 50%

Southern New England Researchers Receive $5 Million in Research Funding DALLAS – September 19, 2016 – Building on its bold goal to reduce current breast cancer deaths by 50 percent in the U.S. over the….

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Susan G. Komen Sets BOLD GOAL to Reduce U.S. Breast Cancer Deaths by 50% in 10 Years

Plan Targets Health Equity for All, Enhanced Research Focus for Most Lethal Breast Cancers DALLAS – Sept.13, 2016 – The Susan G. Komen breast cancer organization announced a bold plan today to reduce the nation’s….

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Join the 2016 Class of Pink Tie Guys

Susan G. Komen® Southern New England has announced that registration for the 2016 class of Pink Tie Guys is open! Four different classes will be honored this year at a fall cocktail reception and recognition ceremony…..

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Komen Spotlight

Komen’s Bold Goal
Komen’s Bold Goal

The Susan G. Komen breast cancer organization announced a bold plan to reduce the nation’s 40,000 breast cancer deaths by 50 percent in 10 years.

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Update on Genetic Testing for Breast Cancer
Update on Genetic Testing for Breast Cancer

The study of genetics and breast cancer has evolved rapidly over the past decade. In the past, genetic testing looked at only one or two genes, but now panel or multi-gene testing is becoming more….

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Our Mission
Susan G. Komen® Southern New England is committed to saving lives and ending breast cancer forever.
What We Do

Susan G. Komen Southern New England funds programs that provide breast health services as well as breast cancer education and outreach in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

Unfortunately, our service area has very high incidence of breast cancer, with more than 9,000 women (and men) diagnosed across our states each year. The programs we support provide early detection services, education about breast cancer risks and treatment, and patient navigation programs. Seventy-five percent of the net funds we raise stay local to support our neighbors as they battle this disease, and the remaining 25% go to research to find the causes and cures of breast cancer.

Since 1993, Komen Southern New England has raised over $28 million, with $21 million funding local programs and more than $7 million going to national research grants.
The Difference We Make
Experts estimate that as many as one-third of women dying of breast cancer today could be saved without a single new medical breakthrough. That’s why we take a two-pronged approach: first, ensuring that all people have access to, and receive, timely, high-quality breast cancer care. And second, funding the research that will drive new treatments, and ultimately, the cures.
The Difference You Make

Join Susan G. Komen Southern New England in the fight to beat breast cancer.  You can donate your time or resources or host a fundraiser.  You can prioritize your own health by knowing your normal and encourage those around you to know theirs.  You can be a source of encouragement and support to family and friends who are in the battle. And you can be an inspiration and tell your story as a survivor. There is a place for you in this fight, and we are grateful every day for your partnership.

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The Susan G. Komen® Promise:

To save lives and end breast cancer forever by empowering people, ensuring quality care for all and energizing science to find the cures.

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P: 508-366-1945

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