More than 3,500 people have signed up for Sunday's inaugural Susan G. Komen breast cancer race in Ocean City, despite concerns that a controversy involving the national group and Planned Parenthood could have hurt attendance — and despite the wet weather.
Breast cancer survivors, their families and friends showed up on Ocean City's boardwalk just after sunrise ready to race despite cool temperatures and rain. They wore everything pink, from sneakers to bandannas and wigs.
She had no symptoms when she was diagnosed with the disease in 2009. She says a mammogram helped save her life. Nine surgeries later, she is now among breast cancer survivors.