#NBCAM Breast Cancer Research: Susan G. Komen’s Impact

Breast Cancer Research: Komen’s Impact

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Research is one of our best weapons against breast cancer. Over the past 30 years, it’s fueled our knowledge of breast cancer and helped us understand that breast cancer is not just a single disease but many diseases, unique to each individual.

Susan G. Komen® funds more breast cancer research than any other nonprofit, while also delivering real-time help to those facing the disease. Since 1982, Komen has funded more than $800 million in research. Thanks to the generosity of donors and supporters, Komen is funding lifesaving research in all areas of breast cancer, from basic biology to prevention to treatment and to survivorship.

With continued support, this scientific research will address some of the most pressing issues in breast cancer today:

  • Identifying and improving methods of early detection
  • Ensuring more accurate diagnoses
  • Developing new approaches to prevention
  • Enabling personalized treatments based on breast cancer subtypes and the genetic make-up of a tumor

Komen also continues to support all levels of breast cancer researchers, scientific research and clinical trials, research partnerships and collaborations, scientific conferences and research education.

Read more about the impact of Susan G. Komen-funded breast cancer research: http://ww5.komen.org/WhatWeDo/WeFundResearch/WeFundResearch.html.

Follow along all month-long as we celebrate National Breast Cancer Awareness Month on the various digital platforms of Komen Kansas City and use the hashtag #BCJourney to join in the conversation.

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