17 Women in History Who Changed the Health and Fitness GameAmbassador Nancy Brinker
In 1982, founding what is now considered the leader of the global breast cancer movement, the Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Nancy Brinker broke the silence about a disease that wasn’t being talked about openly. She also spearheaded a movement. Today, Susan G. Komen, which includes the famous Race for the Cure, is the world’s largest grassroots organization of breast cancer survivors and activists.
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