JaQuitta Williams returns Wednesday May 20 at 6pm with the May edition of Your Health Connection on WCLK. Our topic? The Center for Cancer Research and Therapeutic Development at Clark Atlanta University. Their researchers and professors are charged with solving the terrible scourge of prostate cancer, and also training the next generation of African American biologists.
Host and Cancer Survivor JaQuitta Williams returns with Your Health Connection for April with a discussion about testicular cancer. April is Testicular Cancer Month. This cancer is curable if diagnosed early. JaQuitta will be joined by Dr. Anthony Barnes, who treats this disease, and Dan Sims, who has survived testicular cancer. JaQuitta will talk with them, and take your calls live Wednesday evening at 6pm.
Your Health Connection is community engagement from WCLK and CCRTD, the Center for Cancer Research and Therapeutic Development at Clark Atlanta University.
Your Health Connection from the Center For Cancer Research and Therapeutic Development at Clark Atlanta University returns March 18 at 6pm on 91.9 WCLK with a hopeful and compelling live conversation about Colon Cancer. March is Colon Cancer Month. Colon cancer rates and deaths are higher in the African American community than in others. Does this have to be? A colonoscopy can save your life. Do you know when and how often to have one?
JaQuitta Williams returns with the February edition of Your Health Connection on Wednesday, February 18 at 6pm for an hour of live, vital talk radio on the subject of financially coping with cancer. Fighting cancer happens on many fronts, emotional, physical, and in a for-profit healthcare system, financial struggles as well.
The December edition of Your Health Connection featured a discussion of the media's role in health messaging. Do the narratives and news cycles preferred by today's news media help or hinder getting the word out to everyone about health advances, preventive care, and common sense when it comes to staying healthy?
Host JaQuitta Williams was joined by News Anchor Fred Blankenship of Channel 2 Action News and Fox 5 Atlanta Senior Producer Kevyn Stewart for a lively discussion Wednesday, December 16.
Your Health Connection for October features Breast Cancer Awareness Month, surviving the diagnosis and treatment. Host JaQuitta Williams, a survivor herself, is joined by fellow survivor Ebony Steele and Dr. Jackie Walters. They will take your calls live about getting beyond the pink ribbons and cliches and getting on with the choices and issues involved when you live with breast cancer yourself or have a loved one who lives with it. Your Health Connection airs Wednesday, October 15 at 6pm exclusively on WCLK.
Prostate cancer kills African American men at disproportionately higher rates than the rest of the male population. Host JaQuitta Williams was joined Wednesday September 17 and talked about it on Your Health Connection. Our guests included Robert Carey, a prostate cancer survivor and board member of the Georgia Prostate Cancer Coalition, and Dr. Cimona Hinton, Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences and CCRTD Clark Atlanta University. They took listener calls and discussed the latest advances in treatment and diagnosis of this disease.
Join us Wed June 11 at 6pm for the June edition of Your Health Connection with JaQuitta Williams. This is a best of edition about coping with cancer featuring Tiffany Cochran Edwards, Ezell Blues, and Christal Jordan.
L-R Ezell Blues, Tiffany Cochran, JaQuitta Williams, Christal Jordan
Tiffany Cochran was caregiver for her father Johnny Cochran through his battle with terminal brain cancer. Ezell Blues is a nine year prostate cancer survivor who is also caring for a teenage son who has leukemia. Publicist Christal Jordan is an ovarian cancer survivor.
Your Health Connection on WCLK on Wednesday, April 16 featured a discussion about the unlikely but very real issue of cancer in young people. JaQuitta Williams hosted as we were joined by guests including Pediatric Oncologist Dr. John Bergsagel of Childrens Healthcare of Atlanta, 20-year-old leukemia survivor Daniel Blues, and Daniel's father Ezell Blues.