Only 46-days until the 2019 Race for the Cure

It’s a gorgeous day out in sunny South Florida as we count down the 46-days until the 2019 Race for the Cure. Register today 💻….

How-To Register Online for the Race

In this how-to video, Jill Goldman Weiss Stitzer walks you through how easy it is to register yourself & a team for the 2019 Race….

Dating After Breast Cancer: The Struggle is Real

Breast cancer (diagnosis to survivorship) impacts the world of dating and intimate relationships.

Overcoming Breast Cancer

Every year tens of thousands of people lace up their sneakers and hit the ground running to tackle breast cancer for the annual Race for….

Kate Watt’s 1-Year Anniversary

It’s been an incredible first year under Kate Watt’s leadership. We can’t wait to see what year two brings for Susan G. Komen South Florida.

Blankets of Love Palm Beach

Blankets of Love stopped by our offices and dropped off a donation of blankets for women and men going through breast cancer so they could….

Komen-Funded Research Identifies Previously Unknown Gene Mutations Associated with Poor Outcomes in ER+ Breast Cancer

Komen-Funded Research Identifies Previously Unknown Gene Mutations Associated with Poor Outcomes in ER+ Breast Cancer

Susan G. Komen®, the world’s largest nonprofit funder of breast cancer research outside the U.S. government, today hailed work led by Komen Scholar and Promise….

Komen South Florida Saved My Life

When Lisa wasn’t able to pay for her screenings because of a pre-existing illness, Susan G. Komen South Florida stepped in and paid for her….

Komen Scholar Spotlight

Bryan P. Schneider, M.D., is the Director of the Indiana University Health Precision Genomics Program and Associate Director of the Indiana Institute for Personalized Medicine…..

Komen Scholar Spotlight

Ian E. Krop, M.D., Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He is also the Chief of Breast Medical Oncology and Director….