2020 – Foundation for Women's Cancer


Year: 2020

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FWC Releases 2019 Annual Report

Monday, December 14, 2020

The Foundation for Women’s Cancer has released its FWC 2019 Annual Report, which provides an overview of the Foundation’s efforts in research, awareness, outreach and education as well as a list of donors from the 2019 calendar year. Last year’s highlights included the 10th National Race to End Women’s Cancer. The Foundation is grateful to … Read More

Noxgear Gives Back

Monday, December 14, 2020

Noxgear creates obsessively engineered active-lifestyle products for people and their pets all over the world. Their best-selling products include the Tracer360 visibility vest to help runners, walkers and cyclists stay safe and highly visible to drivers under any traffic conditions, the LightHound LED dog harness that keeps canine companions visible at night, and the 39g … Read More

I Am the Storm Distance Challenge to Support FWC

Monday, December 14, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic may have canceled a number of previously scheduled in-person sporting events, but the I Am the Storm Distance Challenge is available to runners, walkers and cyclists at any time, any place. I Am the Storm offers three options for participants to challenge themselves—a 5K Run/Walk, 100 Mile Distance Challenge and a 100+ … Read More

Support FWC with End of Year Giving

Monday, December 14, 2020

There is still time before the end of the year to show your support and help fuel the Foundation for Women’s Cancer’s (FWC) mission of supporting patients, survivors, families and our physicians and researchers. With your help we will: Close the gaps to cancer education so more people can have the information they need, regardless … Read More

Cancer Treatment During COVID-19: What’s Changed, What Hasn’t

Monday, November 16, 2020

With the advent of the Northern Hemisphere’s winter cold and flu season, cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) are on the rise around the world, with the highest number of cases and deaths in the United States. During the spring of 2020, numerous public venues and institutions shut down in order to flatten the curve … Read More