Native Hawaiian Study

Native Hawaiian Study

Let’s talk Story.  How do you feel about genetic services and breast cancer?  Now enrolling Native Hawaiian breast cancer survivors willing to be interviewed about….

Susan G. Komen® Updates Breast Cancer Screening Guidance As Communities Begin To Re-open

“There is no reason to further delay getting routine mammograms” Susan G. Komen®, the world’s leading nonprofit breast cancer organization, today updated its recommendations regarding….

SUSAN G. KOMEN HAW All TO DONATE SCARVES TO WOMEN’S COMMUNITY CORRECTIONAL CENTER FOR MASKS

With the threat of COVID-19 community spread still evident, Susan G. Komen Hawaii will donate scarves to the Women’s Community Correctional Center. These scarves will….

Screening and COVID-19

SUSAN G. KOMEN® SUGGESTS NON-SYMPTOMATIC WOMEN DELAY ROUTINE BREAST CANCER SCREENING THIS SPRING Response minimizes exposure, frees up needed health capacity to deal with COVID-19….

Access to Clinical Trials

“Med-QUEST works with UH Cancer Center to ensure access to clinical trials for cancer patients.” The State of Hawai‘i Department of Human Services Med-QUEST Division,….

Treatment Assistance Program

SUSAN G. KOMEN® HAWAII ANNOUNCES NEW TREATMENT ASSISTANCE INVESTMENT FOR LOCAL BREAST CANCER PATIENTS HONOLULU, HI_SEPTEMBER 13, 2019 – Susan G. Komen® Hawaii has initiated….

Current Community Profile Now Available

Current Community Profile Now Available

April 5, 2016 The purpose of the Hawaii Community Profile is to access breast cancer burden within the state by identifying areas at highest risk of negative….

2016-2017 GRANT AWARDS

2016-2017 GRANT AWARDS

SUSAN G. KOMEN HAWAII’S ROBUST COMMUNITY GRANTS PROGRAM AWARDS GRANTS TO EIGHT ORGANIZATIONS THAT PROVIDE CRITICAL BREAST HEALTH SERVICES IN HAWAII

What is genetic testing for breast cancer and who should get it?

Most breast cancers are not related to genes or family history. In fact, only five to 10 percent of all breast cancers diagnosed in the….

Breast cancer – a rare, but possible diagnosis for men

Although breast cancer in men is rare, it does happen. In the United States, about one percent of all breast cancers occur in men.