breast cancer

Join RADIO ONE & The American Cancer Society At The "MAKING STRIDES AGAINST BREAST CANCER WALK" On October 14th...

This past Sunday, Radio One Baltimore held their “Brunchin For Boobies” in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month. The event was held at Noir Restaurant and Lounge and was hosted by 92Q’s very own Persia Nicole and Magic 95.9’s Ryan Da Lion. Join Our Text Club To Get The Latest Music, Entertainment, Contests And Breaking […] The post RECAP: Everything You Missed At Radio One Baltimore’s Brunchin’ For Boobies [PHOTOS] appeared first on 92 Q.


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Dr. Collier shares some education about breast cancer like risks, family history, products to avoid, and how to examine your breasts.

The University of Texas has suffered a huge loss. Former basketball player Tiffany Jackson –who attended the school from 2003-2007– has passed away after a battle with breast cancer. She was first diagnosed with stage four cancer in 2015 while playing for the Tulsa Shock. She went into remission the next year and would play […]


According to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, breast cancer cases declined 40 percent in the past 30 years. Despite medical advancements in treatment and screenings, significant disparities in mortality rates continue. 

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Today’s show is dedicated to honoring those who are fighting the disease, remembering those lost their battles, and informing people about the disease and what you can do to stay healthy. We we’re joined by Nurse Dina Linsey, M.S.N, R.N. and Dr. Kimberley Lee, M.D. from Johns Hopkins Sidney […]

Avon Foundation for Women data found that nationally Black women were 43 percent more likely to die from this disease.

Thousands of women (and men) are banding together to share their stories and fight to find a cure for breast cancer. With October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, social media activists have sought to maintain a culture of awareness for the better -- and sometimes the worse.