It's a Mother's Day weekend tradition with thousands of participants walking and running their way through the brick streets of the Azalea District of Tyler racing in hopes of finding a cure for breast cancer.
The race for the cure is on with the annual Tyler Komen Race for the Cure. Thousands of participants will be filling the streets of downtown Tyler as they run, jog, walk and crawl their way to the finish line all in an effort to raise money to help find a cure for breast cancer for women and men.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month, I am pretty sure someone in your circle has been touched by this silent killer. Thankfully today we have the medical knowledge that this killer can be identified and patients properly diagnosed so they can receive the proper treatment to help rid their bodies of this disease and hopefully never return.
Each year thousands of East Texans converge upon Bergfeld Park in early May for the annual Komen Tyler Race For The Cure as they run, walk and sleep in to help find a cure for breast cancer. This year marks the 15th anniversary of the race here in Tyler.
It's sad to say, but most of us have had breast cancer affect us in some way. Whether it's a friend, family member or even yourself, this disease affects more than 220,000 women each year and 40,000 of those women will die.
OK ladies, can we get personal for a minute? Do you have all kinds of trouble with the fitting of your (whisper) bra? Linda Becker, also known as the “bra lady,” says most likely you do. I realize that this might be a little personal, but I think it is important and necessary that we have this talk.
For the fourth year in a row, the Tyler Fire Department turned Tyler Pink last night to honor those that have fought, are fighting and could be fighting breast cancer. The event is in conjunction with national breast cancer awareness month and promotes breast cancer awareness. The students of TISD were challenged yesterday to show their support by wearing pink and one school stood above all the others.
Robin Roberts is not only a daily fixture each morning on ABC's Good Morning America, but she is so beloved. She has been through so much with her family and her public fight with breast cancer. She is true and real. People can relate to Robin and they adore her! Well, Robin made her final appearance (for awhile) as she begins her extended medical leave to start her treatment for MDS.
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