Downtown Phoenix goes pink for 22nd annual Race for the Cure

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Tens of thousands of people decked out in pink laced up their running shoes and hit the streets of downtown Phoenix to help find a cure for breast cancer. By Catherine Holland Tens of thousands of people decked out in pink laced up their running shoes and hit the streets of downtown Phoenix to help find a cure for breast cancer. By Catherine Holland
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PHOENIX -- Tens of thousands of people decked out in pink laced up their running shoes and hit the streets of downtown Phoenix to help find a cure for breast cancer.

The 22nd Annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure took place at Cesar Chavez Plaza Sunday.

Susan G. Komen of Central and Northern Arizona says 75 percent of the money it raises stays right here in the Grand Canyon State.

The signature Race for the Cure event is designed not only to raise money, but also to remind people about the importance of early detection and highlight survivor programs.

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