Komen Race For The Cure

  Komen Charlotte’s Race for the Cure is going virtual in 2020

There will still be teams. There will still be a big kick-off that you can watch live. The main difference this year is Komen Charlotte is asking all participants to: “Race where you are.”

  Breast cancer survivors, supporters ‘race for the cure’ in uptown

  Breast Cancer Survivor Week - Regina Potts

Join #TeamMolly on mission to find cure for breast cancer

  Breast Cancer Survivor Week - Ana Aponte

  Breast Cancer Survivor Week - Tina Smith

  Breast Cancer Survivor Week - Katie Robbins

Continued Coverage

#KomenCLT: Why a baseline mammogram matters. Ask Michelle Adams.

Susan G. Komen unveils $26 million investment in metastatic breast cancer research

Thoughts to family of Julie Stone today - One year later. #KomenCLT

Former WBTV news reporter ‘Doing Good’ in Charlotte

Celebrates being cancer-free, only to be re-diagnosed a week later.

#TeamMollyTuesday: Meet Jen Wolf

  Komen Charlotte’s 10th annual Pink Sunday a success

More than 440 churches took part in the 13-county area Komen Charlotte serves. That’s the most ever in its ten-year history

  Komen Charlotte year-end statistics

Fifty-one women found their cancer from these life-saving services.

Komen Charlotte: ‘Race for the Cure’ raises more than $1 million for breast cancer research

Nearly 15,000 people attended the event to celebrate breast cancer survivors and raise money for community health programs and breast cancer research.

  Komen Charlotte: Thousands race for the cure in uptown

Saturday marks the 22nd annual Komen Charlotte "Race for the Cure" 5k in uptown Charlotte.

  Breast Cancer Survivor Friday: A doctor misses her own breast cancer diagnosis

  Girl helps mom through cancer diagnosis

Race for the Cure: Where to park

Fighting breast cancer by joining #TeamMolly

Beloved mom loses her battle with breast cancer

Gastonia Police Dept now has 15 people registered for WBTV News Team Molly

  Cancer truth: I am a man and I have breasts

The breast cancer rate in men is about 1 in 1,000 compared to 1 in 8 in women.

High school baseball team walks in support of pitcher’s mom

The Dodgers walked the Susan G. Komen Charlotte race in their baseball pants and wore custom-made pink shirts with "Dodson Dodgers" on the front.

Charlotte Survivor Gets Engaged at Race for the Cure!

With so much going on last Saturday at Race for the Cure, most people missed when Charlotte breast cancer survivor Carrie Letorney turned around right before the Race started, and saw her boyfriend on one knee.

Thousands in Charlotte Participate in Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - Thousands showed up in Uptown Charlotte Saturday wearing their pink to participate in Susan G. Komen's 5K Race for the cure.

BLOG: Pushing survivors in chariots...

They're pushing people "in chariots" at races. Way cool. These guys are doing this through "F3 - Fitness, Fellowship and Faith". All, just because.

  Painting Charlotte Motor Speedway Pink with Jimmie Johnson

NASCAR superstar Jimmie Johnson – along with 450 other people, half of whom were survivors – went out to the speedway Wednesday morning to paint the wall pink as a continued effort to showcase the importance of fighting breast cancer in our world.

BLOG: My mom. Why October 7th matters.

When I looked at the crowd, I wasn't exactly sure how to start. I knew her story, have lived with daily repercussions of it the past five months, but stared out and didn't know what to say first.

Week of Survivorship: Co-survivor. Seven times over. Meet Sadrita Barnes.

Sadrita Barnes isn't a survivor. She's a CO-SURVIVOR. Sadrita has gone through breast cancer with SEVEN of her immediate family members.