Hundreds of people set off on a 60-mile journey across Dallas Friday morning to raise money for breast cancer awareness. You're invited to stand along the Komen 3-Day Walk route to cheer them on.
Hundreds of people have started on a 60-mile journey in support of those fighting breast cancer. The Komen 3-Day Walk also helps to raise money for the cause.
The Susan G. Komen 3-Day Walk starts Friday in Dallas. Hundreds of people are preparing to walk 60 miles to raise money to fight breast cancer. FOX 4's Tisia Muzinga caught up with some of them before the race to hear their stories.
Cynthia Scott is a 23-year survivor of Stage 3 triple-negative breast cancer.
A North Texas woman who has participated in Susan G. Komen walks to honor the women in her life with breast cancer now also walks for herself. As Breast Cancer Awareness Month continues, Patti Rieder shares her journey that began in 2007.
One of the leading breast cancer organizations is based right here in North Texas. The National Breast Cancer Foundation in Frisco works to remove barriers in what can be a complex cancer care system. It helps with cost, information, resources, and support.
The firefighters at the Cedar Hill Firefighters Association raised money for a woman in breast cancer treatment by selling T-shirts at the station. The association gave Maria a $1,000 check to help her out
There's a delicious auction underway in Dallas that supports education with pie. It's called the Piehole Project. One-of-a-kind pies from Dallas chefs are being sold in hopes of raising $20,000 to help foster career growth in the culinary and hospitality industries.
Kelly Burke was diagnosed with breast cancer after learning she was pregnant through a routing screening. She talks about fighting the disease through pregnancy and during the pandemic. She also reflects on how Susan G. Komen and her family supported her as she recovered.
Shannon Hughes shows off some products that give back to organizations fighting breast cancer. All of the items can be found at Southlake Town Square.
Lisa Beason shares her story of learning about her breast cancer and how Susan G. Komen along with her family supported her through her recovery.
Tom Thumb Store Director Rhonda Neal lost her sister to breast cancer, her sister-in-law to breast cancer complications and has gone through her own breast cancer battle. Her team members at the Tom Thumb in Rockwall dressed up in pink to show their support.
The Komen More Than Pink Walk will be in Irving on Saturday, Oct. 21. The walk celebrates survivors and honors those who lost their lives to breast cancer.
Scottish Rite and UT Southwestern are hosting the Perry Outreach Program, looking to encourage young women to take up a career in orthopedics. They will get hands-on experience on suturing, casting, repairing bones and more!
Breast cancer fighters, survivors and supporters will be in Irving on Oct. 21 for the Susan G. Komen More Than Pink Walk. Brittany Braden, a breast cancer survivor, shared her story with Good Day.
In honor of breast cancer awareness month, the entire Good Day team decided to wear pink today. There was hot pink and light pink. Some even wore pink from head to toe.
North Texas resident Lisa Beason is sharing her story of being diagnosed with breast cancer. She also has advice for other women and their families going through treatment.
Thandi Montgomery underwent 16 rounds of chemotherapy, 30 days of radiation, and four surgeries. And for this year's Komen More Than Pink Walk, she will celebrate as a 1-year survivor. She joined Good Day to talk about how she uses her second chance to value life and help others.
During Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Susan G. Komen is taking a moment to highlight people living with the disease. Carlee Dixon of Flower Mound is on a mission to education women about specialized screenings.
The Woman's Club of Fort Worth has transformed two city blocks into a symbol of breast cancer awareness.