By LaTika Lee
Waking up before the sun rose was the beginning to a normal workday for substance abuse counselor Damita Perry in 2007. The 37 year-old had to report to work at 4:45 a.m, on a typical morning, but after a routine visit to the doctor’s office one day in December, her life would never be [...]
(StatePoint) Unfortunately, too many of us know someone – a family member, friend or colleague – who is affected by breast cancer. In fact, breast cancer accounts for nearly one in three cancers diagnosed in U.S. women, according to the American Cancer Society.
Since there is no cure for breast cancer, much more needs to be [...]
Saving Our Grandmothers, Wives, Mothers, Aunts, Sisters, Daughters, & Nieces
By: J. Chevont’e Alexander
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and the color pink is in full bloom. The color pink is paraded in stores, magazines, on television, and even on our favorite sports teams across America. From the ribbons, to the license plates, to the pink [...]