The streets of Downtown Evansville are running pink, as thousands make strides toward a cure for breast cancer. Research shows breast cancer is about 100 times less common among men than among women. But for some that number doesn't matter, thousands of men at the race say they're standing beside the strong women in their lives. In the crowd, there are survivors, those still fighting breast cancer, and thousands of men joining the cause. Many survivors say the presence of men is a growing trend. For every survivor, breast cancer is a battle, but they have a huge army behind them. Many of our staff here at Eyewitness News formed a team to support finding a cure. Walking and running for our family and friends fighting the battle everyday. No word yet on the final tally of participants in this year's race.