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3rd Annual Metastatic Breast Cancer Conference
Sunday, November 14 – Virtual Event
The MBC Conference will provide people living with metastatic disease and their families a safe, collaborative space to gather information and discover practical resources — needed to make decisions for improved physical and emotional health. Attendees will have the opportunity to interact with the leading medical experts, health professionals and others living with MBC during live chat, exhibitor booths and meet-up lounges.Learn More and Register Now
Collect Donations and Help Save Lives!
Fundraising for Susan G. Komen has never been easier! Through creating an impact project of your choice, such as starting a lemonade stand or workplace fundraiser, you can help us support life-saving breast cancer research, treatment, education and community health programs.Learn More
Get Involved as an Advocate
Being an advocate for breast cancer awareness and research funding is one of the best ways you can make a difference.
Only through government action can we make the broad, systemic and lasting change we need to help us achieve our goal of reducing the current number of breast cancer deaths in the U.S. By mobilizing our communities to take action, we can ensure the voice and needs of those with breast cancer and their loved ones are heard by policymakers and government regulators.Learn more about becoming an advocate
Latest News & Information
Despite all the disruptions that occurred from COVID-19, Komen Grantee Dr. Neil Vasan says there were some really amazing developments for breast cancer, too.
Susan G. Komen® Announces 30 New Grants To Advance Discovery In Critical And Emerging Areas Of Breast Cancer Research
Susan G. Komen announced the awarding of 30 new grants to researchers at 18 leading institutions in the U.S. and Canada.
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