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Cancer survivor proud to be Komen race volunteer

Diane Butrym, a 12-year breast cancer survivor, ran her first Albany Komen Race for the Cure soon after completing breast cancer treatment. Now, she volunteers and has involved her whole family in the cause.
Diane Butrym, a 12-year breast cancer survivor, ran her first Albany Komen Race for the Cure soon after completing breast cancer treatment. Now, she volunteers and has involved her whole family in the cause.
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WHEN: Saturday, Sept. 13 WHERE: Empire State Plaza SCHEDULE: 5K run, 9 a.m.; 2-mile walk, 10 a.m.; Kids for the Cure Dash, 11:30 a.m. TO REGISTER OR FOR MORE INFORMATION: Visit www.komenneny.org/komen-race-for-the-cure/ The first year Diane Butrym participated in the Susan G. Komen Northeastern New York Race for the Cure, she was embarrassed to wear the pink T-shirt she received, which singled her out as a cancer survivor. The 53-year-old said she really didn’t want ...


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