Book Review -- The Paradox of Hope: Journeys through a Clinical Borderland

This book is not about breast cancer. But it may be of interest to those who are exploring the discourse of hope that dominates biomedicine and the broader cultural landscape oriented to survivorship.

The Paradox of Hope by Cheryl Mattingly intimately explores the experiences of African American families who are caring for children with a . . . → Read More: Book Review — The Paradox of Hope

Why Is There a Black-White Gap in Breast Cancer Mortality?

“Why Is There a Black-White Gap in Breast Cancer Mortality?” By Anita Little, Ms. Magazine Blog

Race, class and gender snake their way into practically everything, and all of these identities come to a critical head with black women and breast cancer. In the past 25 years, the gap between the percentage of African American . . . → Read More: Why Is There a Black-White Gap in Breast Cancer Mortality?