ECANA: Endometrial Cancer Action Network for African-Americans: An interview with Jacqueline Mbayo, Adrienne Moore, and Margie Wilson about the work of the ECANA community
From their “Survivors’ Sanctuary” to their collaboration with academic researchers, the Endometrial Cancer Action Network for African-Americans (ECANA) is a national organization dedicated to improving the lives of Black women with endometrial cancer.
An interview with Jamie Larson of the Young Survival Coalition about the many programs their organization offers to young women with breast cancer.
Education, Advocacy, and Empowerment Bloom Eternal at Tigerlily Foundation: An interview with Maimah Karmo about her life’s work of empowering young women with breast cancer
Ms Karmo speaks about the importance of advocacy and the changes she’s seen in oncology care during her 16 years as a survivor.
Thriving While Living with Breast Cancer: An Interview with Survivor and The Chrysalis Initiative Founder Jamil Rivers
Jamil Rivers inspires and encourages cancer survivors with her incredible story of survival and advocacy.
Breast cancer survivor Judy Guitelman is uniting the Latina breast cancer survivor community, even during a pandemic.
Finding Strength in the Company of Her Sisters: An Interview with Karen Eubanks Jackson of Sisters Network
An inspiring interview with Karen Eubanks Jackson, the founder of Sisters Network, about her experience as an African American breast cancer survivor, the impact of Sisters Network, and her advice to young women about breast health.
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