Dr. Collier shares some education about breast cancer like risks, family history, products to avoid, and how to examine your breasts.
According to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, breast cancer cases declined 40 percent in the past 30 years. Despite medical advancements in treatment and screenings, significant disparities in mortality rates continue.
As I continue to share stories of breast cancer survivors, here, in her own words, is the story of 2-time, #breastcancer #survivor, Jennifer Sparger. She has led a life of service to others, so that singers, musicians, gospel artists, speakers, and more can impact the world with their gifts. Now, that same heart to serve helps inform […]
As I continue to share the stories of breast cancer survivors, I am honored to bring, in his own words, the story of Ambrose Kirkland; a male breast cancer survivor. I remember growing up like so many thinking breast cancer was an older, white woman’s disease. As society observed the mortality rate of women of […]
As I continue to share the stories of breast cancer survivors, I have heard, repeatedly, from survivors that they did not make it on their own accord. Family, friends, support groups, and other caregivers helped them during the fight. Most prominent on the list of caregivers, is the medical team that guides treatment. Here, in […]
As I continue to share stories of breast cancer survivors, here, in her own words, is the story of 15-year breast cancer survivor, Sabrina Johnston. Longevity has its wisdom. Listen and let her story inspire, educate, and empower you. Her’s is a story of strength, support, and a wholistic approach.
As I continue to share the stories of breast cancer survivors, here, in her own words, is the story of 3-time breast cancer survivor, Rita Sutton. Her’s is a story of strength and persistence to work the plan given her by her doctors, so she can continue to survive for her daughter. She was determined […]
As I continue to share the stories of breast cancer survivors, I introduce you to Pastor Freda Thorpe. For many gospel music lovers, perhaps no introduction is needed. She was a member of the popular gospel music group, Ministree, is an author and popular women’s conference speaker, and is currently Overseer and Pastor or a […]
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. What better way to encourage regular breast self examinations, inspire those challenged in the fight to survive, or to celebrate the victory of survivors than to hear from them all month long. The SO ALIVE Project is here to share the stories of survivors and caregivers. In her own […]
Avon Foundation for Women data found that nationally Black women were 43 percent more likely to die from this disease.
In 2014, Paulette Leaphart had fulfilled her promise to God by adopting a child for every child she had biologically so she could show them…