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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...


#CheckMoreFearLess: The Skinny on My First Mammogram
"I'm only 35, I can't have cancer."...


Not Enough Women Are Getting Cervical Cancer Exams
Are you one of the 8 million women that hasn’t been tested?...


Reduce Your Risk of Cervical Cancer
Black women are more likely to die from cervical cancer....


Cancer Deaths Are Down, But Blacks Still More Likely to Die
Poverty and lack of prevention are to blame....


I Survived Cervical Cancer
Lack of insurance and infrequent Pap smears led to a scary diagnosis of cervical cancer....


Can Oral Sex Cause Cancer?
Can oral sex cause cancer? Yes, it can and HPV is the culprit....


Study: HPV Vaccine Is Safe for Women and Girls
Gardasil, a three-dose HPV vaccine, is one way to prevent HPV infection. A recent study found the v...


Moesha Star Yvette Wilson Battling Cervical Cancer
Yvette Wilson, the actor who played "Andell Wilkerson" on '90s hit show Moesha, is battling Stage 4...


Moesha Star Yvette Wilson Dies
The actress succumbs to cervical cancer at age 48....


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 ...


Breast Cancer Diagnoses Increase Around the World
Study finds that rates of breast and cervical cancer are up in women....


Sheryl Lee Ralph Gets Real With Parents About Sex Talks and HIV
The actress asks parents to think about their child's sexual health....


Leading Women Defined by Mom: Taren Guy
The hair vlogger reveals how she honors her late mother....


Saving Rwandan Women From Cervical Cancer
Merck and Qiagen have teamed up with the Republic of Rwanda for a national program that will provid...


This Day in Black History: June 29, 1943
Singer Little Eva was born on June 29, 1943 in Belhaven, North Carolina....


Obama, Bush First Ladies Press for Girls' Education
Michelle Obama and Laura Bush discuss education and their personal bond at the U.S.-Africa Leaders ...


'Fat Cancers' Also Hitting Developing Nations
ATLANTA (AP) -- "Fat cancers" usually associated with wealthy countries are becoming more common in...


Nicki Minaj May Be Heading to the White House
Will the singer use her power to raise health care awareness?...


Black Women Die Disproportionately from Cervical Cancer
Black Women Die Disproportionately from Cervical Cancer...


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

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