- Black women are more likely to die from breast cancer, but are often overlooked in trials studying the disease.
- A team of community-based researchers — plus a survivor, hair stylist,
Alma Partida knew her breastfeeding journey was coming to a close in June. She had nursed her daughter, Alessa, for nearly 18 months — longer than most mothers in the
PINE BELT, Miss. (WDAM) – Losing hair can mean losing confidence for a lot of women with breast cancer.
One Pine Belt woman is using her time and talents to