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Hold them tight

October 26, 2017

She jumps out of the water, and wraps a towel around her shivering body. Looking around, she can see the rest of the competitors, and she can see them beaming at their parents. She starts walking toward the crowd, on the other side of the pool. Thoughts about the race consume her, as she walks aimle...

Hitting the ground running

Hitting the ground running

October 26, 2017

Families and friends wearing bold shades of pink roam the event for a common cause-- to fight breast cancer and spread awareness. The Texarkana Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure event was held Oct. 21 at the Four States Fairgrounds and Bobby Ferguson Park. Over 3,000 runners and walkers participated ...

Cherish the moments

Cherish the moments

October 29, 2015

The doctor left and the door slipped shut with the final verdict hanging in the air. Silence resonated and all eyes were glued on the ground, the ceiling, anywhere but the mother’s face. Everyone had thought of the possibility, but never did they think breast cancer as a definite prospect. In 2...

Living another day to see the world Pink Out

Living another day to see the world Pink Out

October 30, 2014

The doctor enters the room with a solemn face, sets his clipboard down, faces the patient and explains the situation as the patient begins to lose her emotions and tears stream down her face. The doctor announces that she has breast cancer and outlines the treatment plan. This very conversation happened...

How to reduce your risk of breast cancer

How to reduce your risk of breast cancer

October 21, 2014

Breast cancer has become the most feared cancer for women. With the Race for the Cure and other fundraising organizations, breast cancer has become a worldwide issue and something even as teenagers you should think about. So let's get educated and start the walk to prevent your odds of being diagnosed...

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