Susan G. Komen Cancels Half Its Breast Cancer Races

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Susan G. Komen Cancels Half Its Breast Cancer Races

Susan G. Komen for the Cure, which is known for its ubiquitous pink-laden breast cancer awareness campaigns, has canceled its three-day charity races next year at seven of its 14 sites around the U.S. due to low participation. What do you think?

  • “At last, I can wear pink for purely selfish reasons.”

    Hugh Byron
    Carnival Ride Operator
  • “The rest of them will just have to run farther.”

    Jodie Brocksmith
    Prosthetic Dentist
  • “I was really looking forward to them, since the walks for Muscular Dystrophy have become such sausage fests.”

    Eric Isaacs
    Citrus Grove Superintendent