Women's Cancer Awareness Day at The K

Sunday, August 12

Women are in a league of their own and their health is no different. That's why age-appropriate screenings and tests are so important. Regular health screenings help uncover some of the most common cancers affecting women   ̶   breast, colon, endometrial, cervical and ovarian. Early detection is key to successful treatment.

Watch as the Kansas City Royals take on the St. Louis Cardinals at 1:15 p.m. on Sunday, August 12.

Drop by Gate D on the way to your seats!

  • Learn the importance of cancer screenings for women
  • Receive free giveaways

Exceptional care for women's cancers

Breast Cancer Team

Breast cancer patient Stacey Johnson was successfully treated while pregnant with her second child. Here she is seen with her baby boy.

The joy of a problem-free pregnancy faded to fear when Stacey Johnson felt a lump in her left breast. Find out how her team at the Women's Cancer Center helped her power through treatment and give birth to a healthy baby.


Debbie MichalskiDebbie Michalski, a 15-year survivor of stage IV ovarian cancer, continues to defy the odds of this deadly disease. Read Debbie’s story of triumph and how she advocates for women like her. 


Nancy FelixNancy Felix was the picture of health until a diagnosis of endometrial cancer jolted her world. Thanks to early diagnosis and treatment, Nancy looks forward to a future filled with fun and family. Read Nancy's story.

Learn more about risk factors and prevention strategies for these women's cancers.