After Komen Drama, Planned Parenthood Expands Screening

Planned Parenthood will expand breast health services to more than 40,000 women across five Texas cities, the result of increased donations following Dallas-based Susan G. Komen for the Cure's short-lived decision earlier this year to halt breast cancer funding to the organization. 

Komen, the world’s largest organization devoted to the treatment and cure of breast cancer, announced in January it was pulling the plug on its partnership with Planned Parenthood, which relied on Komen funds to provide cancer screenings across the nation. Komen said it was bound by its own bylaws prohibiting it from funding any organization ...

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