It’s been more than a year of work, but the breast cancer awareness license plate is here! A special thank you to Linda Gill, breast….
Thank you for your support of the 2016 Susan G. Komen Nebraska Race for the Cure on Oct. 9, 2016! You have until 11/15/16 to make….
African American women in the U.S. die of breast cancer at a 40 percent higher rate than white women even though incidence rates are equivalent…..
8.10.16 It was 1956. Barb Fey took her three young daughters – ages 8, 5 and 2- to the doctor’s office in Elmwood, Neb. After….
8.10.16 (L) Donna Polk, 2016 Race for the Cure Honorary Chair, meets with 2015 Volunteer of the year, Linda Gill. Dr. Donna Polk wants to….
Susan G. Komen® Nebraska is pleased to announce eight nonprofit organizations in Nebraska that are the recipients of small grants. Small grants of up to….