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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]