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  • Susan G. Komen for the Cure Tissue Bank at the IU Simon Cancer Center
    understand the evolution of the disease it is necessary to compare abnormal cancerous tissue against normal healthy tissue We are committed to making a difference by acting as advocates for thinking sharing and understanding NORMAL Have you seen the article about us in Inside Indiana Business The Komen Tissue Bank is now processing some samples through a cryopreservation method To learn more click here I came all the way from Kansas City because I promised my sister TC the night before she died 11 07 that I would never stop fighting for her and everyone else who has battled I am so proud to be a part of this program Chris Baker KTB News KTB Events This article from the Houston Chronicle helps explain the importance of Latinos educating themselves about the value of participation in medical research The Catherine Peachey Fund is a huge supporter of the KTB has just launched a great cookbook Just Peachey Bearing Fruit 20th Anniversary Edition It makes a great Holiday gift Purchase one here Click here to see a variety of videos about donating tissue and the importance of donating as a minority woman The KTB will hold a tissue collection event in Houston on February 28 2015 at Baylor College of Medicine McNair Campus 7200 Cambridge Houston TX 77030 Women interested in donating tissue at this event should please join the Interested Donor List Minority women are especially encouraged to donate If you are a woman of color in the Houston area and would like to donate your healthy breast tissue click here to join the interested donor list You will be emailed when registration is open If you are male or ore not a minority female please consider volunteering to work at the event by clicking here Additional News Events from

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  • Newsletter Signup
    news and the latest happenings at the Komen Tissue Bank Through our newsletter you can also Sign up to donate tissue Sign up to be a volunteer Learn how to support KTB Name Email Phone Submit Susan G Komen for

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  • About KTB Home | Susan G. Komen for the Cure Tissue Bank at the IU Simon Cancer Center
    it a goal to address all thirteen of the priorities outlined in the NCI s Report of the Breast Cancer Progresss Review Group published in 1998 Please click here to read the entire report Think Normal We are transforming breast cancer research by offering NORMAL high quality richly annotated tissue samples to scientists worldwide Share Normal We are passionate about sharing our research resources and offer opportunities to participate and

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  • KTB News | Susan G. Komen for the Cure Tissue Bank at the IU Simon Cancer Center
    Houston on February 28 2015 at Baylor College of Medicine McNair Campus 7200 Cambridge Houston TX 77030 Women interested in donating tissue at this event should please join the Interested Donor List Minority women are especially encouraged to donate If you are a woman of color in the Houston area and would like to donate your healthy breast tissue click here to join the interested donor list You will be emailed when registration is open If you are male or ore not a minority female please consider volunteering to work at the event by clicking here The research is coming the research is coming To learn more about research that has been published using samples from the Komen Tissue Bank please click here Repeat donations The KTB will be starting a new project directed at trying to acquire second donations from women who donated at least five years previously We will get more information out to you as the project progresses The KTB is finally tweeting The Komen Tissue Bank is on Twitter Here s to our donors volunteers and researchers come follow us KomenTissueBank Upcoming KTB collection events In 2014 we will hold two more collections in Indianapolis on

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  • Newsletters | Susan G. Komen for the Cure Tissue Bank at the IU Simon Cancer Center
    Researcher chat with Carla Finkielstein Ph D Dr Finkielstein Associate Professor of Biological Sciences talks about working with KTB samples Read More LMD Laser Microdissection What a Microscope Here s a tool that helps prove science is cool Read More Interviews with KTB volunteers Peggy Frame and Rick and Liz McIntyre These volunteers take on tasks at KTB collection events which bring them into contact with every single donor Read

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  • KTB Blog | Susan G. Komen for the Cure Tissue Bank at the IU Simon Cancer Center
    to tears because I could be helping to save my daughter s future life Read More Posted in Blog No Comments Here Come the Interns part 3 July 21st 2014 Just in case you didn t know aside from our Executive Director the Komen Tissue Bank KTB is run by a staff of only five full time employees with added support from one part timer who now divides her time between the office and the lab Read More Posted in Blog No Comments Here Come the Interns part 2 June 27th 2014 Just in case you didn t know aside from our Executive Director the Komen Tissue Bank KTB is run by a staff of only five full time employees with added support from one part timer who now divides her time between the office and the lab Read More Posted in Blog No Comments Here Come the Interns June 10th 2014 Just in case you didn t know aside from our Executive Director the Komen Tissue Bank KTB is run by a staff of only five full time employees with added support from one part timer who now divides her time between the office and the lab Read More Posted in Blog No Comments American Legion Post 250 in Mitchell IN donates 3 300 to the KTB April 17th 2014 On the afternoon of Monday March 10 th Jill our COO and Amy our Regulatory and Event Coordinator got on the road and drove to Mitchell Indiana The KTB had been asked to send someone from our office to appear in person to accept a donation from Mitchell s local American Legion Post 250 Read More Posted in Blog No Comments Kenya Collection Canceled January 9th 2014 Many of you have shared with us your excitement about our plan

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  • Support KTB Home | Susan G. Komen for the Cure Tissue Bank at the IU Simon Cancer Center
    the largest source of nonprofit funds dedicated to the fight against breast cancer in the world The mission of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation is to achieve prevention and a cure for breast cancer in our lifetime by providing critical funding for innovative clinical and translational research at leading medical centers worldwide and increasing public awareness about good breast health Currently over 90 cents of every dollar donated goes to research and awareness programs The Catherine Peachey Fund began thirteen years ago As Cathy Peachey was losing her battle with breast cancer she asked members of the Indiana Breast Cancer Coalition to continue her fight The mission of the Catherine Peachey Fund is to promote advances in breast cancer research and treatment We provide financial support to research and programs that we believe are best positioned to move from the bench to the clinic In Kind Supporters Hologic Inc is a leading developer manufacturer and supplier of premium diagnostic products medical imaging systems and surgical products with an emphasis on serving the healthcare needs of women throughout the world At Hologic we are on a mission to help women everywhere lead longer healthier lives It is our reason for being and the single focus of every breakthrough we pursue every solution we design every investment we make The Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer was founded on courage compassion and commitment Moved by the loss of their dear friend Mary Sloan Vera Bradley Co founders Barbara Bradley Baekgaard and Patricia R Miller embraced the cause and began raising funds for breast cancer research in 1993 Their mission To save lives and to put an end to the disease that took their friend and so many more Today the Vera Bradley Foundation supports the team of researchers at the Indiana University

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  • Contact Us Home | Susan G. Komen for the Cure Tissue Bank at the IU Simon Cancer Center
    please contact our Events and Regulatory Coordinator If you have any technical difficulties with our website please contact our Administrative Specialist If you are a researcher and have any questions about samples you have requested or about which you are interested please contact our Chief Operating Officer If you are with the news media please email Michael Schug IU Simon Cancer Center Communications Manager or call him at 317 278

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