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PINK RUNWAY FASHION SHOW CELEBRATES BREAST CANCER SURVIVORS

Pink Runway 2017 takes place
Wednesday, October 25th at MARQUEE.


Tickets on sale NOW at pinkrunwaymmc.org.

 

The Pink Runway Fashion Show celebrated the enduring strength of breast cancer patients and their beauty, inside and out, as they walked the runway modeling designer fashions. It was a dazzling evening of great music, stunning fashions, and most importantly, an outpouring of support for our heroic survivors and the dedicated team of specialists at Maimonides Breast Center. The Pink Runway Fashion Show also honored renowned leader of the Breast Center, Dr. Patrick Borgen, with a 10 Year Anniversary Celebration.   

“I walked the Pink Runway for the tremendous team at the Maimonides Breast Center, and especially for Dr. Borgen! The team always keeps me informed and at ease. I want to raise funds for this amazing Center.” – Marianne Rullo, Pink Runway Model “I walked the Pink Runway in support of all my sisters currently fighting breast cancer, and those who have completed the fight against breast cancer – women who have walked in my shoes.” – Monique Jenkins, Pink Runway Model


Marianne, Monique and more than 20 other breast cancer survivors triumphed on the Pink Runway. Read their survivor stories here

 

Pink Runway Highlights

Pink Runway was an inspirational evening filled with joy, laughter and happiness, as Maimonides breast cancer survivors walked the runway celebrating life. View photos from the celebration here.

 

Support the Maimonides Breast Center

A breast cancer diagnosis can be life changing – That’s why patients entrust their care to the Maimonides Breast Center. Maimonides has the only Breast Cancer Center in Brooklyn, ranked among the top 5% of centers in the nation.

We care for all patients, regardless of means or insurance. All proceeds from Pink Runway benefitted our Breast Cancer Program. You can still make a donation in honor of our triumphant survivors. 

Give your gift to the Maimonides Breast Center now.