Tennessee Researchers Receive $1,525,734 in Research Funding

Susan G. Komen Announces $26 Million Investment in New Research to Find Solutions For Aggressive and Metastatic Breast Cancers, and to Help Communities Most at….

Amy Lynn Shares the Importance of Early Detection

Amy Lynn reminds us why early detection and knowing your normal is so important.

Raising Funds Inflammatory Breast Cancer (IBC) Research

Susan G. Komen®, the Milburn Foundation and the Inflammatory Breast Cancer (IBC) Research Foundation raise more than $635,000 in 31 Days to take on aggressive….

RadComp Study on Radiotherapy Comparative Effectiveness

RadComp Study: Kim Wright, an AIS-SC member and Komen Scholar, shared her story in a video from the RadComp group. The RadComp group is doing….

Komen Knoxville Race for the Cure Registration Opens

Komen Knoxville Race for the Cure Registration Opens

Register today for our 19th Annual Race for the Cure Every year thousands of runners, walkers, and supporters gather in Downtown Knoxville to Race for….

Susan G. Komen Knoxville Announces $380,689 in Community Grants

Susan G. Komen Knoxville Announces $380,689 in Community Grants

Komen Knoxville awards $380,689 in Community Grants   Komen Knoxville awarded 8 grants totaling $380,689 to 7 different nonprofit breast health organizations. Click here to….

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What is genetic testing for breast cancer and who should get it?

What is genetic testing for breast cancer and who should get it?

Most breast cancers are not related to genes or family history. In fact, only five to 10 percent of all breast cancers diagnosed in the….

Breast cancer – a rare, but possible diagnosis for men

Breast cancer – a rare, but possible diagnosis for men

Although breast cancer in men is rare, it does happen. In the United States, about one percent of all breast cancers occur in men.