24th Annual Race for the Cure gathers massive support

October 06, 2018 06:50 PM

ALBANY - It was a busy morning in downtown Albany on Saturday as thousands of people raced for a cure for breast cancer.

The annual "Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Northeastern New York 5K" took place.

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Up to 75 percent of the money raised stays right here in the Capital Region for research and support for those battling breast cancer.

NewsChannel 13 is a proud sponsor of the event. Anchor and health reporter Benita Zahn was the emcee -- and several other members of our news team ran in the race.


Muneib Chater

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