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The Susan G. Komen Detroit Race for the Cure(R), locally presented by Karmanos Cancer Institute, announced results of its 2016 fundraising efforts. The 25th Komen Detroit Race raised more than $1 million in net proceeds: $719,827 was awarded to three Detroit-area breast cancer programs; and an additional $151,427 went to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Award and Research Grant Program to support innovative breast cancer research. Approximately 25,000 participated in the 2016 Komen Detroit…

2017 Susan G. Komen Detroit Race for the Cure®, May is back at the Ballpark

Golden Tate III visited the Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute this afternoon asking patients to sign his cleats that he'll wear during the Lions game against the Carolina Panthers on Sunday.

Golden Tate III visited the Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute this afternoon asking patients to sign his cleats that he'll wear during the Lions game against the Carolina Panthers on Sunday.

Heroes of Breast Cancer Event. Karmanos Cancer Institute recognized outstanding individuals and organizations at its 22nd annual Heroes of Breast Cancer Awards event, held Oct. 26 in Detroit. More than 200 guests came to celebrate this year's honorees for their demonstrated leadership in raising awareness of breast cancer prevention, early detection, research breakthroughs and inspirational stories.

Karmanos Cancer Institute honors 12 inspirational individuals and organizations with its 2016 Heroes of Breast Cancer Award

Leon & Lulu “Thanks for the Mammaries” Benefiting the Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute. Nora Fleming signed pieces, gave away limited edition items and introduced her "Pink Ribbon" mini, which 100% of sales will be donated to the Center. Buddy's Pizza & Ray's ice cream also supported the event by feeding the supporters.

PHOTOS: Leon & Lulu “Thanks for the Mammaries” benefiting Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute

Family-fun Quack Attack to raise money for pediatric cancer cure. Five thousand rubber ducks will race toward a cure for childhood cancer in the second annual Motor City Quack Attack Saturday, Sept. 10 at Red Oaks Waterpark in Madison Heights. Proceeds from the duck race benefit will fund pediatric cancer research at Children’s Hospital of Michigan, Wayne State University and Karmanos Cancer Institute.

Family-fun Quack Attack to raise money for pediatric cancer cure

Karmanos Cancer Institute, Wayne State University receive grant to conduct nation’s largest study

Karmanos Cancer Institute, Wayne State University receive grant to conduct nation's largest study of factors affecting African Americans with cancer

“I take pride in being a reliable resource for the Karmanos team. Being able to answer questions and provide guidance is very rewarding.” - Chavonia W., human resource consultant. Learn more at www.karmanos.org #YourBestChance

“I take pride in being a reliable resource for the Karmanos team. Being able to answer questions and provide guidance is very rewarding.” - Chavonia W., human resource consultant. Learn more at www.karmanos.org #YourBestChance

Women's Detroit Shifter Tee supporting Breast Cancer Awareness. Available at Dunham's Sports. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Karmanos Cancer Institute.

Available at Dunham's Sports. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Karmanos Cancer Institute.

Local woman, 34, battling rectal cancer after doctor dismissed need for preventative colonoscopy. Jessica Dilts-Cash is an open book when it comes to her health.   “It’s important, because I want people to know you have to be an advocate for your own body. I think as young people, we all think we’re invincible. We’re healthy, getting married, we don’t have time for disease,” said Dilts-Cash, 34, of the New Hudson, who was diagnosed with rectal cancer two years ago.

Local woman, battling rectal cancer after doctor dismissed need for preventative colonoscopy

That already has happened with Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute at McLaren Port Huron. The two-story, 15,000 square-foot facility opened in July and now serves the Blue Water area with leading cancer-fighting treatments.

That already has happened with Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute at McLaren Port Huron. The two-story, square-foot facility opened in July and now serves the Blue Water area with leading cancer-fighting treatments.

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