Think Pink

Susan G. Komen's Race for the Cure draws thousands to Downtown

A sea of pink-clad breast cancer survivors and supporters took to the streets Downtown May 4 in the 18th annual Southern Nevada Race for the Cure. Starting off near the Fremont Street Experience, the race included a 5k timed run, 5k walk and one-mile fun walk. Participants raised close to $200,000 to fund national research through the Susan G. Komen Grants Program and increase breast health education and treatment in local communities.

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