breast cancer awareness

New breast cancer screening guidelines have been issued for Black women and women of color who are at high-risk for breast cancer. Statistics show more black women die from stage 3 and stage 4 cancers than non-Hispanic white women.

Black women are least likely to be diagnosed with stage 1 cancer because they were not screened in time.

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David Bowie and Iman
Gender bending rock/pop legend David Bowie died on Sunday after a long battle with cancer. He was 69.

Bowie was best known for his #1 hits “Let’s Dance” and “Fame”. He released his last studio album, Blackstar, on his 69th birthday.

Bowie was born David Jones in London, England on Jan. 8, 1947. He is survived by his wife of 24 years, former supermodel Iman, and their daughter Alexandria Zahra Jones, 15. Bowie also has a son, Duncan Jones, 44, from a previous relationship.

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Dr. Laura Pearson and Dr. Sharon Harley

I confess: I am over age 50, and I have never had a mammogram. After a year of being scolded by Dr. Sharon Harley at the Women’s Specialty Clinic, I finally made an appointment for my first mammogram. But not just because I was tired of hearing Dr. Harley’s voice; I got my first mammogram because I want to live.

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