More than $22 million has been raised for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Charlotte.
On Saturday, 18,000 people flooded the streets for the 16th annual walk and run in Marshall Park.
Last year the money
helped diagnose and treat 60 cases of breast cancer.
The money also helped pay for 6,000 mammograms and similar tests.
More than $22 million raised for Race for the Cure
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