Radiologist Gerald Iba checks mammograms at The Elizabeth Center for Cancer Detection in Los Angeles in May 2010. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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An estimated 45,000 people took part in the Susan B. Komen Race for the Cure in Little Rock, Ark., in Oct. 2010. But after a controversy involving potential cuts to funding of Planned Parenthood earlier this year, participation in fundraising races has dropped. Brian Chilson/AP hide caption

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Planned Parenthood Still In Cross Hairs

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Controversy Over Stem-Cell Research Keeps Charities On Sidelines

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Komen's Race To Reverse Course: Questions And A PR Challenge

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As Komen Defends Itself, Planned Parenthood Rakes In Substitute Funds

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Planned Parenthood Vs. Komen: Women's Health Giants Face Off Over Abortion

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