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Episode 13 with Jack McCallum, hall of fame basketball journalist, author of The Dream Team and The Prostate Monologues.
The pioneering Black dancer and colon cancer survivor is enthusiastic about new guidelines to start colorectal screening at age 45.
In her new documentary, “In the Sun”, the actress hopes to dispel the myth that people of color aren’t at risk for skin cancer.
Gwyneth Paltrow says she is not a “head-to-toe slatherer of sunscreen” but dermatologists warn her technique increases skin cancer risk.
The Oscar-winning actor stars in a new Stand Up To Cancer campaign aimed at educating Black and Latino people about colorectal cancer.
Episode 11 with Dave Sims, award-winning broadcaster, play-by-play voice of the Seattle Mariners and prostate cancer survivor.
Since her mother died of pancreatic cancer, actress Keesha Sharp wants to teach others about the robust research on the disease’s treatment.
“Saved By the Bell” actor Dustin Diamond died Monday at age 44 from small cell lung cancer.
Keesha Sharp has a message of hope about new research for people with pancreatic cancer.
In addition to battling leukemia, the former Lakers star fought prostate cancer. As a Black man, he’s at greater risk, he recently wrote.
In a new website post, he provided an update on his treatment, thoughts on the U.S. and a new song.
After actor Chadwick Boseman’s death, African Americans are reminded once again about the importance of being screened early.
Watkins, whose culinary talents earned him a spot on “MasterChef Junior,” was just 14.
The NBC anchor revealed his early-stage yet aggressive cancer diagnosis on air to encourage men, especially Black men, to get screened.
He battled Stage IV pancreatic cancer for 18 months.
Walker, who pioneered the “outlaw country” sound, was 78.
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