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Praise Is The Cure Week Details Announced
The Philadelphia Tribune
Details of the annual “Praise Is The Cure Week of Hope Health and Healing 2012” took place recently at the Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center.

Praise Is The Cure, 2012 Week of Hope, Health and Healing
Scoop U.S.A.
“The Kickoff Breakfast is a special invitation for churches and community leaders to learn how their church can bc one of the 100 churches in the Delaware Valley selected to participate in Praise Sunday, a citywide community Breast Cancer Awareness Day,” said Anita T. Conner, founder of Praise Is The Cure.

Praise Is The Cure Extends Cancer Care Campaign
The Philadelphia Tribune
A movement to spread awareness about breast cancer will get underway this weekend. The George E. Thorne Development Center is hosting the sixth annual “Praise Is the Cure Week of Hope, Health and Healing” – an event that recognizes the plight of African-American breast cancer patients, survivors and their families.

Praise Is The Cure: Hope. Health. Healing
Office of State Senator Vincent Hughes Hope. Health. Healing. Those three words mean the world to those affected by breast cancer, especially within the African American Community, and those three words are the centerpiece of the 6th annual “Praise Is The Cure” week.

Praise Is The Cure – Breast Cancer Prevention
“Saturday Mornings with Joy Keys”
An interactive, live Internet talk-radio show that focuses on providing people with tools to enrich and advance their lives mentally, physically, monetarily and emotionally.

“This Must Stop” campaign to address breast cancer disparities among Black women scheduled for October launch by local non-profit
Enough is enough for mother-daughter breast cancer survivors and Praise Is The Cure co-founders Anita T. Conner and Kerri Conner Matchett.

Health groups host community fair Saturday
The Philadelphia Tribune
Keystone First and Praise is the Cure present a community health fair to increase breast cancer awareness from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Mt. Airy Church of God in Christ, 6401 Ogontz Ave.

Breast cancer awareness is this Philly woman’s life. So is helping her sisters with Praise Is the Cure
I am a 19-year breast cancer survivor. After being misdiagnosed for two years, I could have been angry. You see, I found my own lump doing a self-exam in my late 30s, and despite telling my doctor, I kept being told, “it’s not cancerous.”

When her breast cancer returned, she had to tell the kids. Here’s what happened
My daughter Madison was only 2 when I was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer in 2008. There is nothing positive about having this disease, but I always felt blessed that my daughter was so young when I was diagnosed, because I never had to fully detail for her just how serious my disease was, and how extensive my treatment plan had to be.

Praise Is The Cure to focus on breast cancer research and faith
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Philadelphia’s Praise Is the Cure Founder Anita T. Conner talks with The Philadelphia Tribune about plans to open the month with the 12th annual “Week of Hope, Health and Healing.”

Cracker Barrel Sista Strut Breast Cancer Walk: Philadelphia 2017
More than 1500 came out to Philadelphia’s first-ever Cracker Barrel Sista Strut 3K Breast Cancer Walk on Saturday, June 17th, 2017 with WDAS and Power 99! Check out our video recap of everything you missed below.