Local Nonprofits Help Color in the Gap Susan G. Komen Left in Arizona

Local Nonprofits Help Color in the Gap Susan G. Komen Left in Arizona

For the first time in two decades, there will not be a Race for the Cure in Phoenix. Arizona's affiliate of Susan G. Komen shut its doors this summer and left the 4,870 Arizona women who are likely to be diagnosed with breast cancer this year to find a different race. Now, other local nonprofits are attempting to pick up the slack.


For the first time in two decades, there will not be a Race for the Cure in Phoenix. Arizona's affiliate of Susan G. Komen shut its doors this summer and left the 4,870 Arizona women who are likely to be diagnosed with breast cancer this year to find a different race. Now, other local nonprofits are attempting to pick up the slack.

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