Every year, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer events unite communities with a shared determination to save lives from breast cancer - all while raising money to help the American Cancer Society fight breast cancer through research and early detection. Every event is an inspiring opportunity to honor breast cancer survivors and to ensure that no one with this disease ever has to walk alone. Click on the links to join or donate to the event.
Near By. Pick your distance and your speed and come out to enjoy a day of cycling, walking or running, music, great food and family-friendly fun for the whole family. This fun family friendly festive event features dozens of Christmas decorations at the start and finish line and music that creates an atmosphere that will get your Christmas season started off right!
Breakthrough research. Free lodging near treatment. Rides to treatment.
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This post was contributed by a community member. The views expressed here are the author's own. The American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Awareness Walk has changed the face of breast cancer in communities nationwide by funding cutting-edge research, advocating for all women to have access to mammograms and treatments, and providing free local education programs and support services.
Anderson, U. Infour pioneering physician researchers were selected to engage closely with the CTAC community and in March ofdoctors from Moffitt, Duke, Sarasota Memorial Hospital Cancer Institute and Johns Hopkins joined CTAC supporters to present their research, engage with interested donors and answer their questions. CTAC is a fundraising event at Eloise Werlin Park to bring our philanthropic community together to share and experience education, inspiration, and the power of hope surrounding the current direction of cancer research, treatments, support and resources that are improving the lives and outcomes of those impacted by cancer today and in the future.
Our team came together to support from Denver to Chicago, from Texas to Ohio, all the way to Bosnia and Israel, as well as right here in our Sarasota, Florida headquarters. Dressed in our best, from fuchsia to flamingo, the team supported a more-than-worthy cause for a disease that has touched so many. Our Denver office supported the fight against breast cancer in every shade of pink.
This post was contributed by a community member. The views expressed here are the author's own. One in 8 American women and 1 in 1, American men will develop breast cancer at some point in their lives.