Get ready for another awesome weekend of FREE survivors courses on Saturday, Nov. 2 and the National Race to End Women’s Cancer on Sunday, Nov. 3 in Washington, DC!Watch the Race Video!
Read Jennie’s moving story and join her in this growing national movement to knock out women’s cancer!Jennie's Story
Jenny is a writer and monologist, well know for her one-woman show, I Got Sick Then I Got Better, about her own GYN cancer journey.Watch Trailer Here
Connect with Pam and join the movement! Read about Pam’s own journey here.Pam's Story
Dawn Campbell, a gyn oncology nurse at Johns Hopkins Hospital, talks about what her patients mean to her at the recent SGNO conference.Watch Video
Register anyway and get your free Race shirt and Knockout! Panties – each registration supports the movement. Or, DONATE here!Donate!
The Foundation for Women’s Cancer wants women to LEARN the symptoms, LISTEN to your body, and ACT by seeking care from a GYN Oncologist to fight reproductive cancers!Learn More
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Q: When is the 2013 National Race to End Women’s Cancer? A: Sunday, November 3, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. The race begins and ends at Freedom Plaza, Pennsylvania Avenue and 14th Street in Washington, DC.
Q: What is the mission of the Foundation for Women’s Cancer? Log onto www.foundationforwomenscancer.org for a look into the great work and goals of The Foundation for Women's Cancer.
Q: Are registration fees tax-deductible? A: Contributions are tax-deductible. Registration fees are not tax-deductible.
Q: May I bring my children to the event? A: Of course! We welcome families of all kinds and strollers are OK. New this year: Kids Pit Stall, with face painting, arts and crafts and fun for the little ones!
Q: May I bring my dog to the event? A: We love dogs, but discourage their presence on the race route for safety reasons. Of course, service dogs are always welcome.
Q: May I wear my inline skates or ride my scooter or skateboard on the race route? A: For safety reasons, skates, skateboards and scooters are prohibited.
Q: Where and when is packet pickup? A. Pre-race packet pick-up will be held at the Pacers Running Store on King Street in Old Town, Alexandria from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm on Saturday, November 2nd and on RACE day in a tent on Pennsylvania Avenue that will be marked with signage that says "Pre-Race Packet Pick-Up." The RACE day Pre-Race Packet Pick-Up Tent will be open at 7:00 a.m. and the official race start is 9:00 a.m. EST.If you have additional questions, send us a message! CONTACT US
Watch this wonderful video of the 2012 National Race (and GCAM Weekend) put together by our friends at Word on Cancer -- thank you!
SAVE the Date for the next National Race to End Women’s Cancer on Sunday, November 3, 2013!
GCAM Courses: In addition to the National Race on Sunday, November 3, the 2013 Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Movement weekend will feature three concurrent courses for survivors of cervical, ovarian and uterine cancer on Saturday, November 2, 2013, as well as a state-of-the-art Physicians Course for surgeons, nurses, P.A.’s and other health providers. More information will be available in Summer 2013.
Watch this moving tribute by Team Marianne's Butterflies, dedicated to Marianne Smith-Catanzaro. Movements MATTER.
See highlights of the 2011 National Race generously provided by Word on Cancer -- thank you!
Click here to see the list of U.S. Senators and Representatives who generously agreed to serve on the 2012 Congressional Race Host Committee.
Is your senator and representative on this list, joining us in the movement to end women’s cancer? If not, please let them know that we’d love their support in 2013!