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    Komen hands out life-saving grants to area nonprofits Video included

    Updated: May 18, 2014 01:02 PM

    More men and women will be able to get breast cancer screenings and perhaps more lives will be saved, thanks to nearly $350,000 in grant money handed out by the Susan G. Komen Lowcountry affiliate. More>>

    Breast cancer survivors 'bag' it at annual Komen luncheon


    There was a reason for breast cancer survivors and their families to celebrate Sunday afternoon. More>>

    Komen survivors' celebration set for April 27


    Breast cancer survivors will gather later this month in downtown Charleston to celebrate survivors and their friends and family. More>>

    DHEC boosts access to breast, cervical cancer screenings


    The state's Department of Health and Environmental Control said Monday that a $1 million funding increase from the state would help the agency serve thousands more women in need of cancer screenings. More>>

    Single mom survives breast cancer in her 30s Video included


    From the initial diagnosis to finishing radiation and chemotherapy treatments, Fanning helped Brown in navigating the uncharted waters of breast cancer with everything from physical to emotional to financial needs. More>>

    Komen Race for the Cure holds personal meaning for survivor Video included


    Komen Lowcountry programs help women gain access to mammograms and deal with having breast cancer. The money raised Saturday will also go toward research for a cure. More>>

    Clemson, Swinney support breast cancer awareness


    Clemson coach Dabo Swinney says the third-ranked Tigers game against No. 8 Florida State on Oct. 19 will be designated a Breast Cancer Awareness game. More>>

    Stingrays, East Cooper Medical Center unveil this year's Pink in the Rink jerseys


    The jerseys will be worn by the Stingrays during the Eighth Annual Pink in the Rink. More>>

    Komen signs popping up on Daniel Island ahead of race day


    There is a change of season taking place on Daniel Island, but it's not football or fall people are talking about -- it's Komen's Race for the Cure. More>>

    Lowcountry Komen Race for the Cure expected to be biggest ever

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    The Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure on Daniel Island Saturday is expected to be one of the biggest ever, according to race organizers. More>>

    Preparations underway for Komen's Race for the Cure


    With the big race just days away, organizers are releasing more details to make your race experience go smoothly. More>>

    Custom House sheds light on breast cancer awareness


    The U.S. Custom House will turn into the 'Custom Pink House' in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. More>>

    Lowcountry man aims to stamp out breast cancer in honor of late wife


    Benjamin Franklin once said, "Either write something worth reading, or do something worth writing." Eugene Platt does both.

    "Get Your Pink On" for Breast Cancer Awareness Month


    October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and folks across the Lowcountry are showing their support by sporting bright pink hair extensions. More>>

    Warship joins fight against breast cancer


    A battle-tested aircraft carrier anchored in Mount Pleasant is once again joining the fight against breast cancer. More>>

    Countdown is on for Race for the Cure


    MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (WCIV) – Amber Heyward was a senior in high school when she lost her mother to breast cancer last year.  If anyone knows the power of the Lowcountry affiliate of Susan G. Komen, it's her. More>>

    Man who survived breast cancer wants to help others


    It's been a year since he was diagnosed with a disease most often associated with women. Raymond Johnson beat breast cancer. Now he wants to help others. More>>

    Komen: Hats off to survivors


    Lowcountry Komen for the Cure gave a hats-off to breast cancer survivors and co-survivors Sunday afternoon. More>>

    Komen awards grant money to help fight breast cancer


    It was a big night in the fight against breast cancer, as Susan G. Komen Lowcountry gave out $6500 dollars in grants Tuesday. More>>

    Stingrays raise over $24K to fight breast cancer


    The South Carolina Stingrays announced that the team's Pink in the Rink jersey auction following the sixth annual Pink in the Rink game generated over $24,000 to fight breast cancer. More>>

    Stingrays think pink to fight breast cancer


    Surrounded by pink. It sounds like a little girl's dream. But the thought of being surrounded by pink later in life, could be a nightmare for many women. Pink, of course, is the color of the ribbon associated with breast cancer. More>>

    Susan G. Komen reverses decision to pull funding from Planned Parenthood


    The Susan G. Komen foundation reversed a decision to deny breast screening funding to Planned Parenthood. More>>

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