Susan G. Komen founder offers hope Women of K-State

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MANHATTAN, Kan. (WIBW) -- Women of K-State held a wellness panel Tuesday, featuring the founder and chairwoman of Susan G. Komen-- Nancy Brinker.

Women packed K-State’s Grand Ballroom to hear Brinker’s keynote address, followed by a panel discussion that highlighted women’s wellness in the Manhattan community.

“Just know that no one can tell you when you’re going to die, no one can tell you that. The important thing is in your mind know that you are living while you are living and enjoy your life the most you can, find something every day that gives you joy,” said Brinker.

Brinker is regarded as the leader of the global breast cancer movement.

She continues to give hope to women all over the world through her Susan G. Komen organization, which is named after her sister who died of breast cancer.

Brinker is currently serving as the World Health Organizations Goodwill Ambassador for Cancer Control.