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BET Goes Pink |

BET Goes Pink | BET Goes Pink is a campaign that seeks to educate African-American women about breast cancer and em...


Lung Cancer and African-Americans
Lung cancer kills more people than colon, prostate and breast cancers combined....


Gene Flaws Common In Blacks With Breast Cancer
BRCA1 or BRCA2 make up a large portion of African-American breast cancer cases....


Inflammatory Breast Cancer 101
Black women are more likely to be diagnosed with more aggressive forms of breast cancer, including ...


Can Addressing Obesity Help Black Women With Breast Cancer?
Data suggests that extra weight may have a negative impact on survival rates and may speed up the p...


Studies Suggest New Ways to Beat Cervical and Prostate Cancer
Recent studies provide good and not so encouraging news for women and men regarding several of the ...


Blacks, Women and Elderly Missed in Lung Cancer Trials
Minorities, older people and women less likely to be part of drug trials that might do them good....


Report: A bit more vitamin D is good, not too much
Long-awaited new dietary guidelines say there's no proof that megadoses prevent cancer or other ail...


Study: CT scans modestly cut lung cancer deaths
A special type of CT scan can detect lung cancer early enough to save some lives | the National Can...


Mammograms before 40: Few cancers, many callbacks
Mammograms before 40: Few cancers | many callbacks...


Overtreating earliest cancers — but which ones?
Overtreating earliest cancers — but which ones?...


American Cancer Doctors Reach Out to Africa
American Cancer Doctors Reach Out to Africa...


Related Links on Obesity
On November 11 | BET | in conjunction with the New York Association of Black Journalists and The Ne...


Risk Factors For Black Women | Breast Cancer Awareness Month | Body and Soul
(www.BlackDoctor.org) -- October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which means it’s time to educate...


Breast Cancer In Black Women: A Cautionary Tale | Body and Soul
(www.BlackDoctor.org) -- Whenever a stranger is lurking around us or our children, our instincts go...


This Day in Black History: Jan. 31, 1943
Broadway star Etta Moten Barnett became the first Black person to sing at the White House....


What Is Triple Negative Breast Cancer?
Updated Nov. 10, 2008 – Anyone who has read anything lately about breast cancer in African American...


Blood Test to Spot Cancer Gets Big Boost From Johnson & Johnson
BOSTON – A blood test so sensitive that it can spot a single cancer cell lurking among a bill...


William Raspberry, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Columnist, Is Dead
William Raspberry, a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for "The Washington Post," who was one of the...


Tips on Choosing a Doctor
How to find the perfect MD for you....


Planned Parenthood: Blight or Blessing of the Black Community?
When a sensitive topic like abortion comes into play, the facts can get often get lost. So what’s t...

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