WKYT Breast Cancer News
2015 Race For the Cure Co-Director honoring mom by volunteering
On Saturday October 3, thousands will come together in downtown Lexington united for one cause, fighting breast cancer. e.The 2015 Susan G. Komen Race For the Cure draws runners and walkers from all across central Kentucky.
Former UK cheerleader a two-time breast cancer survivor
- WKYT's Amber Philpott has the story of a former Wildcat who has won off the court now twice in her battle with breast cancer.
Your vote could help a survivor take to the track at the Ky Oaks
- The words breast cancer are something no one wants to hear. If diagnosed though, being called a survivor is a huge honor. In the February Talk Pink, how you can help some of our former Talk Pink survivors win a chance take part in one of Kentucky's most special events, the Kentucky Oaks Survivor's Parade.
Winchester woman doing whatever it takes to beat cancer
- Megan Wilkins, a Clark County woman who says she likes to think of herself as an "overcomer," discusses her fight with breast cancer. Her message of staying positive is this month's Talk Pink .
Breast cancer survivor using pink goody bags to reach out to others
- For those who have been diagnosed with breast cancer, there is a special bond that is formed with others who have battled the disease. In WKYT's Talk Pink, how one central Kentucky survivor hopes a simple goody bag of love will make the difference in the fight for someone else.
Lexington man shares breast cancer survival story
- October is the month we pay particular attention to breast cancer, and it's the perfect time to shed light on something that is often overlooked, male breast cancer. This year nearly 2400 new cases will be detected. One Lexington man is sharing his story in this month's Talk Pink in hopes of sending a loud message to other men.
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