Sheril Miller, Development Director for Susan G Komen
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Submitted: Saturday, March 09, 2013 6:20 PM
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The very first Komen Wash Me Pink Race happened Saturday in Dalton Georgia. A race focused on bringing beast cancer awareness to Whitfield County and the surrounding North Georgia counties.

The Chattanooga Affiliate of Susan G. Komen is working to have various fundraising events each year, as breast cancer occurs each and every day. In fact a woman is diagnosed every 72 seconds. Breast cancer has no respect for a person – it strikes regardless of religious views, political views, ethnic origin, age, or gender. Yes, men can and do suffer from breast cancer as well.
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