Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure

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Mothers Day always means The Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure.  Every Mother's Day, those impacted by breast cancer gather at the Art Museum for the race.  Our Jason Lee had a chance to speak with Jeanette Stephens-El, Susan G. Komen Community Ambassador, about the race, and about the great work being done every single day by Susan G. Komen.  Jeanette is a 13 year cancer survivor.  She talks about the amazing feeling she gets each year during the march of survivors down the Art Museum steps.  About 6,000 women (and some men too) take part in the survivors march.

 

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