The founder of one of the nation’s leading breast cancer foundations is in Iowa today, speaking about the fight to find a cure. Nancy Brinker’s sister, Susan Komen, died of breast cancer and Brinker started a foundation in her sister’s name 20 years ago. Brinker says women need to regularly examine themselves to catch breast cancer early, and be involved in finding a solution to the cancer problem. Brinker says there is progress. President Bush appointed Brinker U-S Ambassador to Hungary, and she’s gained a different perspective. Brinker says in countries where there are scarce health care resources, it’s even more important to educate women about early detection of breast cancer. The Susan O. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation sponsors annual fundraising run/walks know as “The Race for the Cure.”