Thousands participate in Mid-South Race for the cure

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COLLIERVILLE, Tenn. -- A sea of pink flooded Collierville Saturday morning as thousands participated in the annual Susan G. Komen walk.

Those walking and running raised money to find a cure for Breast Cancer.

"I'm a survivor and I'm walking so we can keep finding cures so we can live", is what Lisa Anderson told WREG.

Anderson wants her young daughter, who is at risk to know, despite all the tragedy they've seen; there are plenty of triumphant stories.

WREG's Elise Preston shares with us the stories of survivor's who hope a cure will come soon.


  • Rude Druid

    Give your money to the American Cancer Society.

    As we all learned several years ago, SGK is a rest home for overpaid, unsuccessful rest home for Tea Party politicians (see Susan Handel) who are trying to recharge their failed political careers.

    SGK is a Republican Party front group. DO NOT support them — unless you’d rather give your money to Republicans than a cure for breast cancer..

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