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'I Credit You With Saving My Life,' Cancer Survivor Tells CBS3's Carol EricksonAs hundreds of breast cancer survivors walked down the art museum steps on Sunday, one woman credits former CBS 3 broadcaster Carol Erickson with saving her life.
Emotional Moment For Many As Breast Cancer Survivors Walk Down Art Museum StepsThe Race for the Cure raises millions of dollars each year for the fight against breast cancer. One part of the event stands out for many.
Former Smooth Jazz Radio Hosts Shares Battle With Breast CancerOne former Philadelphia radio DJ has participated for the last 15 years, supporting the cause - but the race became much more personal when she got her own life-changing diagnosis.
Woman’s 17-Year Cancer Fight Inspires Others To ‘Live, Love & Walk Sexy”For one family, it's a celebration of a life after their loved one loses their battle with cancer after 17 years.
Race for the Cure: Top Fundraiser PFT 'Walking The Walk' For Their 7th YearPhiladelphia Federation of Teachers will embark on their 7th year raising awareness for breast cancer in Philadelphia.
Breast Cancer Survivor Says Yearly Mammogram Saved Her LifeLittle did Jeanne know that day that years later she'd return to the Race for the Cure, this time as a breast cancer survivor.
Woman Inspiring Others After Surviving Metastatic Breast CancerFourteen years after Felicia Johnson's original diagnosis she is not cured, but there is no evidence of disease in her body.
Young Breast Cancer Survivor Stresses Importance Of Early Detection"It was caught because of me being aware of my body, researching and then bringing it up to my doctors."
2 Women Turn To Their Faith After Breast Cancer Hits Close To Home
Breast Cancer Survivors Share What Race For The Cure Means To ThemThousands of breast cancer survivors walked in the 2016 Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure on Sunday. Many of them talked about their battles and shared what the race meant to them.
Tens Of Thousands Lace Up For Annual Susan G. Komen Race For The CureAn estimated 100,000 people laced up Sunday, donning pink T-shirts, hats, headbands, and more to signify their solidarity with their mothers, daughters, sisters, aunts and friends who have battled breast cancer.
3 Time Cancer Survivor Shares Her Inspiring StoryShe says she gets her strength from her family.

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