Even if you could not attend Dick Gelfman’s Ride Across Maryland to raise funds for breast cancer prevention and treatment, you can still support the effort. Click on the link to donate.
It’s almost time for one of the biggest events of the spring in Maryland. It’s Dick Gelfman’s Ride Across Maryland.
Love handles–you know that fat on the side of your waist — is hated by most people. But they’re becoming a loved feature by many breast cancer patients.
Despite bad weather and recent bad publicity for the breast cancer charity Susan G. Komen for the Cure, the group’s inaugural race in Ocean City drew nearly 3,600 participants.
Eleven years, over $2 million raised for the fight against breast cancer. Some impressive numbers for Dick Gelfman’s Ride Across Maryland.
Controversy erupts between two organizations working to improve women’s health after the Susan G. Komen Foundation says it will no longer help support breast exams conducted by Planned Parenthood.
Former Eyewitness news anchor Dick Gelfman has always been humble about the millions he’s raised to fight breast cancer with his ride across Maryland.
More than 7,000 Marylanders are making strides against breast cancer. Sunday, thousands of people in Baltimore raised half a million dollars.
Construction workers at Poole and Kent don pink hard hats as they work on the two new women’s care towers at Johns Hopkins.
Marc Heyison founded Men Against Breast Cancer, a nonprofit organization designed to help men support a loved one who has the disease.
Saving lives by bridging cultural divides. A new program hopes to break down the barriers to breast cancer.
For the 11th time, the sound of thunder rolled in from all parts of Maryland. Motorcycle riders answered the call to raise money for breast cancer research and other causes.