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Posts tagged with ‘Breast Cancer Awareness’

  • Healing Through The Arts: VUU Dances For Breast Cancer Awareness

    By Nadejah Whitted on November 4, 2011
    This week on Virginia Union University’s campus was eventful as usual, but this week brought something that students have never seen before. New student organization Abstract Dance Team held a program on November 1st called Dance 4 A Cure to raise awareness on Breast Cancer. During the week, Abstract had tables set up in the Henderson Center (VUU’s student center) accepting donations and selling […]
  • Claflin University Volleyball Team Aims to Spike Breast Cancer Awareness

    By HBCU Reporters on October 23, 2011
    If you’ve been in the audience during one of the Claflin University Lady Panthers volleyball team’s home games this month, there’s a good chance you’ve seen more pink than orange and maroon. The team, led by Coach Vernell Keitt-Capers, has volunteered to dress in pink for every home game in support of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The team distributed […]

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    Hampton University researcher’s work helps to fine-tune Breast Cancer diagnoses and treatments

    By HBCU Reporters on October 8, 2011
    Cynthia Keppel talks at the speed of blur. The nuclear physicist, internationally known for her work with protons and neutrons, barely pauses to breathe when explaining her research and the different imaging techniques used to detect breast cancer. A mammogram is a breast X-ray, in which the tumor, denser than healthy tissue, casts a detectable shadow, she says. It’s highly […]