The Latest In Breast Cancer
The battle of breast cancer is not an easy feat. It takes strength, courage, and pure grit to undergo the journey of cancer treatment. Triple-negative breast cancer is the most challenging opponent for women who fight breast cancer. African-American women read more about 3 Ways To Fight Triple-Negative Breast Cancer in the Kitchen
Just recently, the CDC reported that although Black Americans were only slightly more likely to contract COVID-19, they were nearly three times more likely to be hospitalized with it and twice as likely to die from it. Add in the read more about YES, Breasties Can Get Vaccinated!
You’ve talked to your doctor and decided that vaccination is the right choice for you. They’ve advised you on how and when you should get vaccinated. Now what? Black breast cancer patients have unique concerns when it comes to the read more about How Breasties Can Tackle Vaccination Nerves
Chris-Tia Donaldson is a breast cancer survivor and founder of Thank God I'm Natural (TGIN). She released her first book, Thank God I'm Natural: The Ultimate Guide to Caring for and Maintaining Natural Hair, in the summer of 2009. It read more about Diagnosed Before 40: TGIN Founder Breast Cancer Survivor Shares Her Story
"My Momma got cancer in her breast, Don’t ask me why I’m motherf*cking stressed, things done changed" — The Notorious B.I.G., in “Things Done Changed” from the album Ready to Die It's been nearly 20 years since of the death read more about Ready to Live: Notorious B.I.G.’s Mother’s Cancer Journey
Arguably one of the most prolific entertainers in recent history, Nina Simone spent her career breaking barriers, shedding light, and fighting necessary battles. Many of which she won. One, however, she fought for many years but ultimately succumbed to; breast read more about Black History of Health: Nina Simone