Month: May 2014

Accountability: A Major Principle of Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon

Posted by On May 14, 2014

By Dr. Doyin Oluwole The RSVPs are in, materials are assembled, and presentations are polished. At Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon we’re ready to welcome over 50 individuals to our sixth bi-annual Steering Committee meeting which will be held on May 14, 2014, at the George W. Bush Presidential Center, in Dallas. As a public-private partnership […]


Nurses: A Force for Change

Posted by On May 12, 2014

By Andrea Kirsten-Coleman Today is International Nurses Day, a time to celebrate the dedication and hard work of all nurses—our heroes—and raise awareness of all that they do to build a healthier future for their communities. The work that nurses do is critical to saving women and girls from cervical and breast cancer. Nurses inspire […]


More Mother's Days

Posted by On May 11, 2014

The best gift that Letloa Phetso and her daughter Katlo of Botswana will get this year is the knowledge that they will celebrate many more Mother’s Days. Katlo is a bright student, who plays netball, enjoys Girl Guides, and spends time with her friend Miranda. While she has aspirations of becoming a medical doctor, cancer […]