Amber Rachelle was 26 when she was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer, which is aggressive and difficult to treat.
Breast cancer rates among African-American women under the age of 35 are two times higher than White women under age 35.
Paulette Leaphart had a double mastectomy in 2014 after being diagnosed with breast cancer. That moment sparked her journey as not only a breast cancer survivor, but an activist. Leaphart decided that her diagnosis would not define her. So she put on her running shoes in an attempt to bring awareness to the fight against cancer. Paulette walked […]
Article By Ray Smith // EEW Magazine News In August, 5-year-old Shawn Kennedy, a Niagara Falls, New York based Stephen Curry fan, was diagnosed with an inoperable brain cancer called Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG). On Feb. 20 the child got the opportunity to meet his favorite baller, who has been wearing Shawn’s “Baby Shawn” […]
Jacque Reid talks to Dr. Sheri Prentiss, a board certified occupational and environmental medicine physician and breast cancer survivor. She’s also the national spokesperson for the Susan…
Democratic congressional leaders, Sen. Barbara Boxer and Rep. Barbara Lee, are calling on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to address the findings that show the incidence of breast cancer among Black women is equal to that of white women for the first time in recent history.
According to researchers, denser breasts make it harder to detect cancer in a mammogram because non-cancerous fatty cells could show up as white on a mammogram, the same as cancerous fatty cells.
Bershan Shaw of OWN’s “Love In The City” is a two time breast cancer survivor. She stopped by “NewsOne Now” to share her amazing story of…
Dr. Jackie Walters is the personal physician to stars like Toni Braxton, T.I., and Usher. This Board-certified OBGYN lives by the philosophy “work hard, play…