Race for the Cure: Racine woman shares survival story

Just one day before the Race for the Cure in Milwaukee, a breast cancer survivor from Racine shares her story of being diagnosed at 28. Hear about Samantha Stephenson's journey with breast cancer and why she credits the Susan G. Komen foundation for saving her life.

Stephenson has a special place in her heart for a young boy who's participating in this year's race. Meet 8-year-old Brandon Collins who's been raising money for breast cancer patients since he was just two. The Executive Director of Susan G. Komen Southeast Wisconsin, Nikki Panico, also talks about the prevalence of breast cancer in Racine County and the eight warning signs of the disease. 


Sunday, September 27th

9:00 a.m.

Milwaukee Art Museum

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This episode of "Racine & Me" ends on a fun note. The Feline Groovy Cat Show is coming to Racine County. Learn about some of the celebrity cats that will be featured at the show and what it takes to have a cat capture "Best in Show" title.


Saturday, September 26th & Sunday, September 27th

9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 

Fountain Banquet Hall


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