The Living Beyond Breast Cancer and the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation host an annual conference in late September/early October in different cities. Scholarships are available. Above are TNBC survivors who attended last year’s conference. Photo provided.
Cincinnati Herald

Triple Negative Breast Cancer Affects Younger Women and Black Women At Higher Rates

THE CINCINNATI HERALD — This month the Erica J. Holloman Foundation started the College Students Against TNBC Campaign to educate young people in their twenties so they can inform their colleagues and parents […read more]


Breast Cancer: A Major Health Concern for Black Women

by Zachary Lester and Maria Adebola Special to the NNPA from the Afro-American Newspaper When Linda Williams first learned that she had breast cancer, she felt doomed. “Cancer seems always associated with death,” Williams said. “I was feeling defeated, like I had to succumb.” October Read More