Race for the Cure - September 27th - $30 for Adults - $20 for Kids - www.komenamarillo.org
One of the largest foot races in the Panhandle kicks off registration.
Butler's Martini Bar 703 S Polk St (806) 376-8180 butlersmartinis.com Happy Hour Monday through Friday 4:30-9pm and Saturday 6-9pm $4 Over 50 Select Martinis $3 Wells $2 All Bottled Beer
Race for the Cure - Saturday - Downtown Amarillo - 9 a.m. - $30 / $20 - www.komenamarillo.org
If you mention Studio 4 in Lilly Finch or Semblance now till Saturday you will get 10% off any pink item in the store!
Race for the Cure - September 28th - $30 for Adults - $20 for Kids - www.komenamarillo.org
Team T-Shirt Contest - September 20th - 5 p.m. - Vote on September 26th & 27th - www.komenamarillo.org Race for the Cure - September 28th - $30 for Adults - $20 for Kids - www.komenamarillo.org
Genetic testing is helps women to better understand cancer risk.
It's easy to think that breast cancer is a woman's disease.
Part of the money raised by the Race for the Cure here in Amarillo goes to national research. But some of the most cutting edge advancements in the fight against breast cancer are happening right here in Amarillo.
Maxwell's Country Family Fun and Maze
A cancer diagnosis, chemo and hair-loss, a bi lateral mastectomy, and a long road to recovery.
Breast Cancer Awareness
Football coach apologizes after bashing boy's pink gloves worn in honor of his mother's breast cancer.
Breast Cancer Awareness
You can help fight breast cancer at the 2012 Greater Amarillo Race for the Cure.
The Greater Amarillo Race for the Cure is September 29th.
Raise Money for Breast Cancer Research
New radiation treatment helps treat breast cancer without invasive techniques.
The Amarillo Race for the Cure needs your creativity!
The effects of cancer are not only physical but emotional as well.
Breast Cancer Survivors Night is coming up at the Amarillo Sox game.
New test could cut down on misdiagnosis.
Study finds blood test can predict chance of relapse and death.
The Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons granted a Three-Year Accreditation with Commendation to the Cancer Program at BSA.
Scientists attending the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium this week got the news about the medications.
Detection of early stage breast cancer was rare before mammograms became routine. Now Doctors can spot the disease at the earliest stages.