Speaking Out: The Health Causes That Celebs Support

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  • Damon Dash: Type 1 Diabetes
  • Holly Robinson Peete: Autism
  • Richard Roundtree: Breast Cancer
  • Toni Braxton: Lupus
  • Tom Joyner: Going to the Doctor
  • Rihanna: Terminally Ill Children
  • Montel Williams: Multiple Sclerosis
  • Kelly Rowland: Fitness
  • Star Jones: Heart Disease
  • President Barack Obama: Health Care
  • Alicia Keys: HIV/AIDS
  • Anthony Anderson: Diabetes
  • Gabrielle Union: Breast Cancer
  • Taye Diggs: Childhood Hunger
  • Michelle Williams: Depression
  • Boris Kodjoe: Spina Bifida
  • Nicole Ari Parker: Getting Black Women to Exercise
  • K. Michelle: Domestic Violence
  • Kerry Washington, Jesse Williams, Jennifer Hudson
  • Jussie Smollet: HIV/AIDS
  • Laverne Cox: Transgender Rights and Anti-Trans Violence
  • Nick Cannon: Flu Safety
  • Cris Carter: Domestic Violence
  • Viola Davis: Childhood Hunger
  • Don Cheadle: Lupus
  • Audra McDonald: Depression and ADHD
  • Jesse Williams: Black Lives Matter
  • Jennifer Hudson: Women’s Heart Health
  • Brandon Marshall: Mental Illness
  • Kerry Washington: Economic Violence
  • Alonzo Mourning: Health Care and Education
  • Dominique Dawes: Childhood Obesity and Heart Disease
  • MC Lyte: Women’s Health
  • Tyrese: Healthier Pregnancies
  • S. Epatha Merkerson: Diabetes Awareness
  • First Lady Michelle Obama: Childhood Obesity

Richard Roundtree: Breast Cancer

When it comes to breast cancer, we often think of women, but Being Mary Jane actor Richard Roundtree reminds us that men can get breast cancer, too. Since being diagnosed with breast cancer in 1993, Roundtree has been a major voice in encouraging men to check for lumps and get screened for the disease. 

(Photo: Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic/Getty Images)



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