Meet the Models: Rebecca Melendez

By Caroline O'Donnell | September 10, 2020

While 2020 has been particularly difficult for many of us, Rebecca Melendez’s has been uniquely so. This year marked the tenth anniversary of her mother’s passing from breast cancer. That, combined with turning 35, “flicked a switch” within Rebecca that has set the course for much of her year. BRCA positive herself, Rebecca’s health reality consists of check ups (mammograms and MRI’s) every sixth months.

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Dr. Jack Erban

By Alex Hanken | September 3, 2020

After decades of treating women for breast cancer at New England Medical Center, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Tufts Medical Center, Jack succumb to his own fight against cancer on September 2, 2020. We will forever hold him in our hearts and could not be more grateful for the life that he shared with all of us.

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Meet the faces we help fund: The Runway Families

By Lauren Torlone Mahoney | August 21, 2020

Runway’s annual fashion show is one of our favorite events (and while we love that evening and cannot wait to bring this year’s re-imagined Runway to you) much of the work we do every day is in support of our Family Grant Program. This critical component of Runway funds families who have had an immediate family member pass away from breast cancer. Grants fund everything from summer camps to daycare, tutoring, extracurricular activities, school supplies, gym and wellness memberships, financial counseling, meal support and more in the aftermath of a loss (for more information about the grant application process, click here). When we say your dollars…

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Meet the Alumni Models: Kristin Ferarri

By Caroline O'Donnell | August 19, 2020

Kristin Ferrari
Survivor since 2012
First year walking: 2016

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Post-Surgery Recovery Tips Models Wish They Had Known

By Alex Hanken | August 3, 2020

To better understand the post-surgery recovery experience, we turned to two of our longtime Runway “models” to ask what products, tips, or advice they had to share.

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