HIV/AIDS: Where We Stand in the Fight African-Americans are still hit harder by HIV/AIDS than any other racial group in the country, yet new statistics, research and prevention tools emerging this year may be major game changers
When a Friend is Diagnosed with Breast Cancer A breast cancer diagnosis doesn't just affect one woman. Khadijah Carter reports on what to say and how to help when a friend gets breast cancer news
Black Women, Breast Cancer and Clinical Trials: Dr. Lisa Newman Breaks it Down Lisa A. Newman, MD, MPH, FACS talks to journalist and survivor Khadijah Carter about advances in breast cancer treatment and the importance of African American participation in clinical trials
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