Black Women With Cancer


Black Women With Cancer

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Today is National Cancer Prayer Day

Started by CeCe Cole Jun 5, 2009. 0 Replies

Please Post Your Prayer:Oh Heavenly Father, we come before you once again thanking you for your love and protection, thanking you for your healing powers, thanking you for giving us this day in the…Continue

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Where does cancer come from?

Started by Lipstick Killers Collection. Last reply by Omitunde Jan 12, 2009. 1 Reply

How come the doctors, media, cdc, and all other companies do not have a clear answer on where cancer comes from?We know the basic causes such as smoking cigarettes, working around carcinogens, etc…Continue

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Breaking The Code of Silence

Started by CeCe Cole Dec 26, 2008. 0 Replies

This Book Is Fantasic: Please read this book...Breaking the Silence explores the “language of cancer” from people in every walk of life: businesspeople and blue-collar workers, housewives and…Continue

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Comment by Nicole Sylvester on March 9, 2010 at 6:43pm
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Comment by Stephanie Anderson on October 6, 2009 at 10:15am
Hi Black Women With Cancer,

We are proud to be an established business and have an opportunity to network with you. As many of our clientele are cancer patients or survivors, please remember that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Encourage everyone you know to get a mammogram.

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Comment by CeCe Cole on December 26, 2008 at 12:15pm

A look at Black women and breast cancer
This Book Is Fantasic: Breaking the Silence explores the “language of cancer” from people in every walk of life: businesspeople and blue-collar workers, housewives and students, people in prison and professionals. It includes courageous, insightful, thoughtful, and, yes, painful, letters about every facet of cancer, including diagnosis, treatment, family involvement, spiritual strength, and healing.
Comment by Omitunde on October 15, 2008 at 4:31pm
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Comment by Shirley Rushing on September 22, 2008 at 3:21pm
Just want to say hello and to thank you for being my friend.
Comment by Dorothea Calhoun-Smith on September 8, 2008 at 10:37pm
I am not a breast cancer patient but I do know several survivors. I am however, an advocate and prayer warrior for finding a cure.
Comment by Rhonda Alexandria Little on September 7, 2008 at 12:16am
Greetings Ladies.
I am not a breast cancer patient, however many women in my family were. Four out of five of my mother's sister had breast cancer. One succumbed to the disease when I was a young girl. The others are survivors. My mother is the only sister living that has never had the disease. Needless to say, it is believed that it is genetic for our family and affects me personally. Therefore, I am an advocate for Breast Cancer Awareness. I'm creating a line of fashions in which proceeds will go towards this cause. I'm so excited about getting the word out. It is my goal to help raise awareness in the urban communities where diagnosis is often found in the later stages of the cancer. Knowing that part of this is due to the lacks of funding and education, I am working hard to change that.

In closing, my prayers go out to those who are fighting the disease and to the families of those who are losing the battle and have lost the battle to this disease.

Most Graciously,
Ms. Rhonda A. Little
Comment by CeCe Cole on August 23, 2008 at 11:46am

Thank you for sharing your support for Breast Cancer Awareness. When my mother's sister had breast cancer, I took a look in the mirror and asked myself, “what if it were me?”.

What a horrific thought. Because of inadequate funding only 1 in 5 eligible women gets the lifesaving breast cancer screening and treatment they need.

My prayers go out to those who've lost their precious loved ones from this aggressive disease, as well as to those survivors who are fighting to live.

Please join me in my efforts to get more Black Women involved! We must take a stand together. PLEASE MAKE A SMALL DONATION $5.00, $10.00, $25.00 anything is better than nothing at all. Click Here To Donate.

If you live in the Florida Area, please come out and join my team. We are walking. Together We Have The Strength To Fight Cancer!
Date: Saturday, October 18, 2008
Location: Lake Eola Park (Downtown Orlando)
Time: Registration @ 7:30 a.m. Walk begins @ 8:00
Comment by British Ford-Hill on August 19, 2008 at 12:29am
Hello ladies, I am honored to share space with you in this group. Although I am not a victim of cancer, it has touched me terribly...I lost my beautiful mother to breast cancer on September 12, 2006.

I believe awareness and support are key elements to overcoming this horrible disease that has touched the lives of so many black women. I am up for the fight...let's stand together!

British Hill

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