My parents have been married for over forty years, and I can't imagine either one of them without the other. They're both still in good health, but because of family history my mom will always be at high risk for breast cancer. That's one of the reasons why I'm such a huge fan of the Komen Race for the Cure.
It's a Mother's Day weekend tradition with thousands of participants walking and running their way through the brick streets of the Azalea District of Tyler racing in hopes of finding a cure for breast cancer.
The race for the cure is on with the annual Tyler Komen Race for the Cure. Thousands of participants will be filling the streets of downtown Tyler as they run, jog, walk and crawl their way to the finish line all in an effort to raise money to help find a cure for breast cancer for women and men.
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Each year thousands of East Texans converge upon Bergfeld Park in early May for the annual Komen Tyler Race For The Cure as they run, walk and sleep in to help find a cure for breast cancer. This year marks the 15th anniversary of the race here in Tyler.