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Black Patients Miss Out On Promising Cancer Drugs

It’s a promising new drug for multiple myeloma, one of the most savage blood cancers. Called Ninlaro, it can be taken as a pill, sparing patients painful injections or cumbersome IV treatments. I

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Starting Chemotherapy? Here’s What You Can Expect.

When most people hear the word “Cancer” they automatically think death sentence! Cancer is something no one wants to experience, but you can’t help but see cancer everywhere you look. Most people have had some encounter with this terrible disease. Whether it’s with a family member, a close friend or even a co-worker, cancer is hard to escape.

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Howard University Teams Up with Google to Give Black and Latinx a Foothold in Silicon Valley

Howard University and Google are now teaming up to make sure there are more talented Black and Latinx faces in Silicon Valley. The HBCU and the multinational technology company announced their new collaboration, Howard West, a three-month, Computer Science residency during the summer for rising juniors and seniors.

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Find Remarkable Fall Fashion at Macy’s

As fall ushers in cool, crisp weather, Macy’s fashion, accessories, beauty and home products are a source of inspiration to help navigate the season, dress with confidence, and find the most remarkable version of ourselves. Inspired by the turning of a new leaf, the season’s easy and breezy fashion options serve as transitional pieces for the cooler months.

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Mayor Sickles Refuses to Recognize Fiesta, Hispanic Heritage Month

Wickenburg Mayor Everett Sickles last week refused to sign a proclamation recognizing the 30th Annual Fiesta de Septiembre and National Hispanic Heritage Month, saying the statement did not represent all area residents.

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Fiestas Patrias Parade Celebrated 50 Years of Hispanic Culture, Heritage, and Pride

Houstonians of Hispanic heritage were full of joy and pride at the 50th annual Fiestas Patrias Parade.

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Rihanna Pens Powerful Op-ed Calling for Universal Education for Children

Rihanna is a foot soldier fighting on the frontlines for education for children around the world and penned a new op-ed for the Guardian calling for her legion of fans to join her push for universal education.

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Tennis Star Naomi Osaka to Sign Adidas’ Biggest Deal With a Woman Athlete at $8.5M

2018 U.S. Open women’s tennis champion Naomi Osaka is winning both on and off the court. After defeating Serena Williams, the 20-year-old Haitian and Japanese athlete has become a household name. According to Business Insider, Osaka is slated to make history by inking the biggest deal that Adidas has ever offered to a woman athlete.

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Beyonce and Jay-Z Grants Scholarship to Teen During OTR Tour Stop in Houston

Ball High School senior Alezae Uresti is smiling big after the huge gift Beyonce and Jay-Z gave her.

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New Hope Opens Affordable Housing for Formerly Homeless Families

New Hope Housing, one of the nation’s foremost providers of permanent, affordable and supportive single room occupancy (SRO) housing for adults living alone on a limited income, celebrates the grand opening of its first residential community for homeless and at-risk families. Located on seven acres at 2605 Reed Rd, New Hope Housing Reed (NHH Reed) includes 187 one, two and three-bedroom rental apartment units.

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