"We understand much more what's happening at a molecular level" than we did 15 to 20 years ago.
The actress disclosed that her cancer, first diagnosed in 2015, has returned.
The majority of health studies about chemical hair products have included white women only, even though Black women use these products more.
“What I'm doing is immortality,” Jeiven says. “I'm putting art on people that's going to walk around after I'm gone.”
The government's universal healthcare system is in trouble, and funding for treatments that affect women the most is often the first to go.
Physical structures and clinic access are only a piece of the cancer screening problem for people with disabilities.
We may only now be seeing the health effects of state-sanctioned racism in the 1960s.
Researchers say current screening guidelines don’t take into account racial differences in when breast cancer develops or how aggressive it is.