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Imagine a World Without Breast Cancer

It will happen.  How quickly is up to you.

It is a race against time, with the lives of our mothers, sisters, daughters and friends hanging in the balance.  Each year 1.1 million women worldwide are diagnosed with breast cancer, and 410,000 die from the disease.  Imagine being able to stop the breast cancer disease and its tragic consequences.

At Susan G. Komen for the Cure, we make every penny count.  In fact, 85 cents of every dollar spent goes toward our treating and curing breast cancer.

It may be your donation that pushes us past a major turning point in discovering and delivering the cures.  On behalf of the women who will be diagnosed this year, next year and in the decade ahead, we urge you to do as much as you can as soon as you can.  You can rest assured we'll put your contribution to good use.

Donate Online OR Click here to download the mail-in donation form.

Your money will truly be used to save lives.  Susan G. Komen for the Cure®, global leader in the breast cancer movement, has received Charity Navigator’s highest rating – four stars – for the third year in a row.  With this rating, Susan G. Komen for the Cure becomes one of only 12 percent of the approximately 5,400 charities that Charity Navigator evaluates which has received at least three consecutive 4-star ratings.  Click here to read more!

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