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2015 VERMONT RACE FOR THE CURE

RILEY RINK AT HUNTER PARK
MANCHESTER, VERMONT

SATURDAY JULY 18, 2015

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2015 VT/NH RIDE for the Cure

PEMBROKE, NH  8/29/2015
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SOUTH WOODSTOCK, VT  10/12/2015
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Affiliate News

MUSIC-IN-THE-MEADOWS TO BENEFIT RACE FOR THE CURE
13th annual benefit concert for the Race for the Cure to be held in Chester on June 27 and 28th..
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Pink Ribbon Cooking
On June 20, 2015 as VT/NH Komen and Pink Ribbon Cooking® present "When Breast Cancer Invites Itself to Dinner". Breast cancer survivors and co-survivors are invited to join us!.
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CDC statisics show New Hampshire breast cancer rates second only to District of Columbia
New Hampshire, a state that typically receives high rankings for its overall health, has some of the highest rates of cancer in the United States.
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Affiliate Monthly

YOUR DONATION MAKES A DIFFERENCE!  SEE YOUR DONATION WORKING AT TWO VT/NH GRANTEES:

The Cancer Patient Support Program provides critical financial assistance to breast cancer patients and their families to help with unmet day to day costs of living.

 CANCER PATIENT SUPPORT PROGRAM VERMONT


The Memorial Hospital in North Conway, NH discusses their Breast Health Navigation Program.  Navigators help patients understand the treatment options and choices between oncologists, as well as find funds and any suppot services needed throughout treatment.

MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, NORTH CONWAY NH

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National Spotlight
New BC Susceptibility Gene
A study published in Nature Genetics marks the discovery of a new susceptibility gene called RECQL, which paves the way for future discoveries that will allow women to assess their risk and take action. Komen helped fund this research. Learn more now.

Answering Questions About Soy and BC
Many women are still looking for answers to key questions about soy’s potential risks and benefits. Ongoing research has helped to answer some of these questions.
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