Well it's not too late...When your time permits, please visit our foundation’s website named for my mother at the AJCF, www.theajcf.org and make a donation. I would be eternally grateful if you would join us once again by making another contribution to help deserving women like Cristal fight cancer. We are also asking that everyone spread
On November 17, Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center announced that it had introduced its Urban Zen Integrative Therapy program, the first such program on the West Coast. When world-renowned fashion designer Donna Karan's husband, Stephan Weiss, was dying of lung cancer in 2001, she was distressed that there was no place in the New York
President Obama appears to be in good health after his latest physical check up. More importantly, he is also “tobacco free,” according to the medical report. This is an excellent way to start off November, which is also Lung Cancer Awareness Month. Get the full story at FoxNews.com Donate for Lung Cancer Aawareness
Women of every age know the threat that breast cancer poses. Girls grow up watching their mothers march against it, and that activism has brought much needed resources and attention to the disease. Yet the cancer that kills more women each year than breast, ovarian and cervical cancers combined is lung cancer. Because it was
We are thrilled to share with all of our friends and supporters our latest video featuring Cristal Rivera Mitchel, the AJCF's first grant recipient and Dr. Mary Hardy, Executive Medical Director of the Simms/Mann UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology. If you like this video, please share the link with all of your friends and family.
(Picture L to R - Mrs. Alma J. Cameron (mom), Elmer Jones (lil counsin) and Mrs V. Jones (aunt/mom's sister)) Monday, my Aunt --non smoker-- had her 1st round of Chemo for Stage IIIA Lung Cancer. She is taking a new mix of drugs that have minimum side effects (Carboplatin & Alimta combo). The treatment went well
Three weeks ago my aunt, my mom’s last surviving sister of thirteen siblings was diagnosed with Stage I Lung Cancer. It will be 2 yrs since my mom died from the same disease but, she was diagnosed at Stage IV. It was a fearsome fight. I know that God will never give me more than
Regina Cameron, Exec Director of the Alma J. Cameron Foundation for Cancer Awareness met Cristal Rivera-Mitchell, the foundations first Grant recipient for lunch yesterday. Regina comments that, “We were both thrilled to finally come together face to face. Cristal is now cancer free from triple negative breast cancer. God is so good!”