On Tuesday, gospel stars William Murphy, Tasha Cobbs, JJ Hairston, Jonathan Nelson, Isaac Carree, Jason Nelson, VaShawn Mitchell, Gerald and Tammi Haddon, Zacardi Cortez and James Fortune came together for an event called “A Night Of Love” at Cathedral of the Holy Spirit church in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Together, they raised $25,000 to help Gospel singer […]
Former Bengals defensive lineman and current Houston Texan, Devon Still is looking forward to working with NASA to fight cancer through research in space. This comes on the 2nd Anniversary of his daughter, Leah Still’s cancer being in remission. The NFL dad and husband shared this post on Instagram: Every day, NASA spacecraft beam […]
Worship singer Darlene Zschech is behind some of America’s most widely-sung worship songs, including: “Victor’s Crown,” “In Jesus’ Name,” “Worthy Is the Lamb,” “At the Cross” and the global anthem “Shout to the Lord.” Now, she is set to release a live DVD/CD album entitled “Here Am I Send Me,” a project that was born […]
‘ Gospel recording artist Deon Kipping, who announced last week that he has been diagnosed with Stage 3 cancer, took to Facebook Live to thank everyone for their prayers and support. In the video message, the “What’s Coming Is Better” songwriter also expressed gratitude for the benefit concert his big-name industry friends are organizing on […]
Recording artist Jekalyn Carr has launched a support movement for Richmond, Virginia based nationally syndicated radio personality Sheila Belle as she battles the winning fight against cancer. Carr was inspired to spearhead this support movement after attending Belle’s event last weekend in Richmond called “The Gift” – an event for cancer survivors. She was moved […]
Breast cancer rates among African-American women under the age of 35 are two times higher than White women under age 35.
Paulette Leaphart had a double mastectomy in 2014 after being diagnosed with breast cancer. That moment sparked her journey as not only a breast cancer survivor, but an activist. Leaphart decided that her diagnosis would not define her. So she put on her running shoes in an attempt to bring awareness to the fight against cancer. Paulette walked […]
Democratic congressional leaders, Sen. Barbara Boxer and Rep. Barbara Lee, are calling on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to address the findings that show the incidence of breast cancer among Black women is equal to that of white women for the first time in recent history.
According to researchers, denser breasts make it harder to detect cancer in a mammogram because non-cancerous fatty cells could show up as white on a mammogram, the same as cancerous fatty cells.
Facebook: Carman Gospel legend and pioneer Carman Licciardello posted a picture of himself receiving chemotherapy for the first time on his Facebook, and explained to…
In a recent blog post, beloved psalmist Darlene Zschech described how she feels now after battling cancer for almost a year, claiming cancer has…