Breast cancer is the most common type of breast cancer among Black women, and often times we don’t survive it. Jacque Reid goes Inside Her Story with Dr. Lori Wilson, a breast cancer surgeon and survivor. Wilson was diagnosed with stage three breast caner in 2013, right after she stopped breastfeeding her son. She initially […]

It is largely believed that Black women have a grater risk of dying from breast cancer. Founder of Thank God It’s Natural, Chris-Tia Donaldson says that’s not exactly true. According to Donaldson, it has a lot to do with socioeconomic situations. In more racially segregated areas there is greater risk for Black women. She herself is a […]


Skin cancer has been a hot topic lately. Are Blacks at risk? How do you get it? What does skin cancer look like? Contrary to…


Avon Foundation for Women data found that nationally Black women were 43 percent more likely to die from this disease.

Deya gets direct girlfriend-style with Crystal King who was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 25.  They discuss everything from worrying about how her man would feel if she got a mastectomy to how going to happy hour with your girls could lead to cancer. Check it out, it’s literally life-saving info. Listen […]


Each year as we approach October the fever starts to erupt. By October, it reaches a fever pitch. I’m talking about the fever surrounding breast cancer…

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With anything in life, especially diseases and various health conditions, there’s a lot of misinformation out there and I don’t know about you, but when…


Which foods are best for breast cancer survivors? The good news is that after two decades of breast cancer being on the rise, numbers have…

Judge Glenda Hatchett is returning to television this fall!  The Verdict is Judge Hatchett’s second show, following her Emmy-award winning hit Judge Hatchett which aired from 2000-09 . She also talked about lending her celebrity to raise awareness for Breast Cancer awareness including her involvement in The Pink Frog Foundation. “We as African-American women die at a much higher rate of breast cancer because […]

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    Sybil Wilkes talks with Hayley Dinerman, Executive Director of the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation.  For more information visit,

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DeAngelo Williams may be our favorite NFL player after hearing about this news. KVUE reports: The NFL allows teams to wear pink during the month of October for breast cancer awareness month, and pushes assorted pink memorabilia to consumers, though it only donates a small portion of the proceeds to actual breast cancer research. Well, […]

  Former news anchor Rene Syler didn’t want to curtail her chance for a happy and healthy life. As a woman with a family history of breast cancer the wife and mother wanted to be alive to enjoy her two children growing up. In 2002, she was diagnosed with a precancerous condition, and had to […]