Komen Greater NY Race For The Cure Runs Through Central ParkDespite soggy conditions, thousands of people turned out to help fight breast cancer in Central Park on Sunday.
Komen Connections: When Cancer Takes Your Breath Away, Get It Back With YogaA cancer diagnosis can take anyone’s breath away. But thanks to one organization, some patients are quite literately learning to breathe again.
Gearing Up To Race For The Cure In Central ParkNext weekend, Central Park turns pink. Thousands of people will help fight breast cancer by taking part in the annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
Central Park Goes Pink For Annual Susan G. Komen Race For The CureThe annual Susan G. Komen greater NYC race was held Sunday morning in Central Park.
Central Park To Turn Pink For 2017 Susan G. Komen Race For The CureLinda Tantawi, CEO of Susan G. Komen for Greater NYC, spoke with CBS2's Andrea Grymes about what the event is all about.
Interview: Susan G. Komen Greater New York CEO On Race For The CureCEO Linda Tantawi stopped by the CBS2 studio to chat about the organization's Race for the Cure event happening in New York City on Sunday.
Special Coverage: 2014 Susan G. Komen Race For The CureThe Susan G. Komen Greater New York City affiliate continues to work towards their goal of a world without breast cancer and helping all women feel safe and sound. CBS 2 is a proud sponsor of the Race For The Cure.
2012 Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure Over 20,000 people took part in last year's run, raising $6 million in much-needed funding. But beyond the money, the Race For The Cure is meant to celebrate life and honor those who have lost the battle against breast cancer.
'MovingOn' Exercise Program Designed For Breast Cancer SurvivorsThis Sunday is the Susan G. Komen Greater New York City Race For The Cure. As well as raising much needed funding for research, the race celebrates and honors those who have lost the battle against breast cancer. TV 10-55's Lisa Kerney profiled an exercise and recovery program called "Moving On."
Survivors, Loved Ones Turn Out For Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure"You see us here today in New York funding so much of the local community. We have over 140 of these events throughout the world today and we are working in over 50 countries," said founder Nancy Brinker.
Another Large Turnout For NYC's Race For The CureThe Race has become one of the City's biggest Fall happenings. Some 25,000 people ran, walked, strolled, and even hula-hooped towards a single goal.
CBS 2 Supports Komen NYC Race For The CureLet's run breast cancer out of town!