The 2014 Komen Race for the Cure will be held on Sunday, Nov. 2 at Kapiolani Park.
KITV found one group made possible thanks to a grant from the Susan G. Komen foundation and dollars generated by the Kapiolani Park Race for the Cure.
There may be new hope for women impacted by breast cancer as one Hawaiian doctor looks to ease both physical and mental pain in patients.
Those wanting to show their support for breast cancer patients and survivors, don't have to wear their heart on their sleeve. Instead, they can wear a fashionable aloha shirt.
Did you or one of your loved ones survive breast cancer? Share photos of the brave and beautiful survivor in your life on u local for Breast Cancer Awareness.
They are a part of Hawaii's population often hit hard by breast cancer. Many Micronesian, Samoan, and Filipino women -- and men -- lack the treatment and education in their own countries and one group is finding a way to build trust and save lives.
Cancer nearly killed them, but also brought them closer to God.
A small group of Girl Scouts in Manoa have become a big part of the Komen Race for the Cure with their hand-made gift for each of the cancer survivors.
You can't help but think pink when you think of the Royal Hawaiian Hotel. The iconic luxury getaway is pitching in and doing its part to help in the fight to beat breast cancer.
Did you know breast cancer affects men as well as women?
Pamela Young meets a woman who's doing her part to raise money for breast cancer.
A mother's wish was granted when more than 100 surfers showed up to remember her son.
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