Happy Thanksgiving to everyone from the Center For Cancer Research And Therapeutic Development at Clark Atlanta University and Your Health Connection! As we get together with family and friends over the holidays and enjoy our yams and hams and pumpkin pie, maybe a little spiked eggnog, it's important to remember that eating healthy today is one way to improve your chances of being cancer-free later.
Your Health Connection on WCLK Wednesday evening November 20th featured an informative discussion about the Affordable Care Act and its implications for cancer detection, prevention, and treatment.
Host Jaquitta Williams was joined by Affordable Care Act experts including U. S. Health and Human Services Regional Director Pamela Roshell and Linda Blount, Vice President of Programmatic Impact for the United Way of Greater Atlanta.
Your Health Connection on WCLK featured a timely and important discussion of triple negative breast cancer for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In a fascinating twist for listeners, our host JaQuitta Williams was also the guest survivor featured on the program. She is a survivor of this particularly tough form of the disease, which disproportionately affects young people and African Americans.
WCLK and our partners at the Center For Cancer Research and Therapeutic development are mourning the loss of our friend and courageous advocate for prostate cancer awareness Ralph C. T. Franklin. On Sunday, October 13, Franklin died from complications due to prostate cancer. He was 62.
Join WCLK this evening at 6pm or on demand here to hear Your Health Connection as we discuss prostate cancer. September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. JaQuitta Williams is our host, and is a cancer survivor herself. She's joined by Ralph C. T. Franklin, a prostate cancer survivor, and Dr. Walter Falconer, a urologist. They'll take phone calls live and also take questions via Twitter @jaquittaw and @CCRTD.
Your Health Connection is a resource for you, designed to help you find good health outcomes. The program is produced by WCLK and the Center for Cancer Research and Therapeutic Development at Clark Atlanta University.
This month, Your Health Connection takes a look at HIV-AIDS and the cancers often associated with the disease. Our guests are Dr. Vincent Bond and Rodney Love. The show airs tonight at 6pm in place of Tell Me More, and is available here for on demand listening.
Your Health Connection is joined by Oncologist Dr. Karen Godette and breast cancer survivor Chermaine Axam-Wilkins for a frank discussion about the myths and realities about breast cancer in 2013. How much is genetic? What are the treatement and cosmetic options? Do you use a wig or fly your new post-cancer hairdo high and tight? You'll hear real answers to real questions that will provide you with the common-sense understanding you may need.
WCLK is the Jazz AND public affairs of the city. We have been since 1974. Our current partnership with the Center for Cancer Research And Therapeutic Development at Clark Atlanta University is designed to increase awareness of prostate cancer, which kills a disproportionate number of African American men.