Head for the Cure San Antonio helps family cope with loss
SAN ANTONIO – A few months after losing their loved one due to brain cancer in 2014, one family found comfort in walking alongside people they had never met but related to more than anyone. Price and her family have found strength and community through their involvement through the annual event Head for the Cure San Antonio. Their participation began in 2014 with a small group of family members and close friends but has since grown. It’s an opportunity to increase awareness through community involvement which in turn, according to Price, helps family’s like hers. For more information on Head for the Cure, visit its website here.
Help join the fight to end brain cancer in the Head for the Cure virtual 5K Saturday
Have you participated in the annual Head for the Cure - San Antonio 5K before? Former KSAT News Director Jim Boyle is the inspiration behind San Antonio’s Head for the Cure 5K. They worked to bring Head for the Cure 5K to San Antonio to raise money toward brain cancer research and raise awareness about the devastating disease. “The Head for the Cure Race is very important to us,” said Stephanie Serna, KSAT12 anchor. While my immediate family has not been directly impacted by brain cancer, we have been impacted by many types of cancers.