less likely than white women to be diagnosed with other cancers that can be harder to detect, grow more rapidly and defy treatment, such as ovarian cancer, melanoma, and leukemia.
“I’m just so sad because I miss her so much 😢😢😢😢 have you ever been around a person that no matter what they’re going through they’re still always happy smiling and Hopeful, well that’s Harmony! Looking through my phone I can’t find a pic when she’s not smiling! Even in hospital beds! I Love her so much!!!!!”
Freeway’s loss of his daughter comes less than a year after his son, Jihad, died at age 20 in Philadelphia.
“God knows I try my best to be strong, but this right here is a pain like I never felt,” Freeway captioned a photo of himself standing next to Jihad dressed in a graduation cap and gown.