breast cancer

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 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 […]

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 […]

My DNA Hair contributes to breast cancer awareness by donating wigs; will you contribute by showing your support in our Survivor Soul Stroll walk?

Dr. Shana O. Ntiri (Medical Director at Baltimore City Cancer Program) and April Watts discuss breast cancers risks, stats and more.

Brielle Fisher and her grandmother, both local to Baltimore, share their personal breast cancer survivor stories.

A CRUCIAL CATCH DAY Screening Saves Lives Join Family Health Centers of Baltimore on Tuesday, Oct. 25 at 2:30P – 6:30PM for free clinical breast exams and mammograms provided by Seton Imaging Center. There will be live music, food and entertainment for the whole family! 631 Cherry Hill Road Baltimore, MD 21225 Schedule your appointment […]

Merone bravely tells her story as she undergoes chemotherapy and prepares for her mastectomy.

Radio One and listeners are honoring Breast Cancer Awareness Month by dressing in pink every Friday!

Radio One and listeners are honoring Breast Cancer Awareness Month by dressing in pink every Friday!

In this edition of Healthy Ever After, Erica Campbell talks about the battle against breast cancer. She talks about women’s tendency to put themselves last, leaving such a dangerous disease unchecked. Chances are, she says, you know somebody who has breast cancer. In honor of breast cancer awareness month, Erica talks about the steps we […]