Over 20 Years Supporting
Black Women with Breast Cancer

At The Olive Branch of Hope, we provide help and infomation to newly diagnosed individuals and their families who are seeking help and support at this difficuit time.

Our programs are shaped with you in mind-programs that allow you to freely express yourself in a safe and confidential environment with others you can relate to.

Support Groups

Our meetings are informative, uplifting and inspiring.

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Educational Seminars

Educational seminars on health and nutrition are conducted quarterly.

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TOBOH Ambassadors

The Olive Branch is run by a number of passionate and talented women.

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OUR COMMUNITY PARTNERS

Get Inspired by Breast Cancer Survivors

Cancer diagnosis can be scary, but here are some things you should know from one woman to another..

NEWS

In 2019, breast cancer replaced lung cancer as the leading cause of death by cancer, among black women, according to an article published by the American Cancer Society.
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Self-care is sometimes thought of as self-love. Self-care is not only about massages, manicures and vacations. Self-care starts with determining who you want to be.
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We support research.

 

Identify genetic risk factors for TNBC

Dr. Juliet Daniels – McMaster University

Dr. Juliet Daniel is a Professor and Cancer Biologist in the Department of Biology at McMaster University. Dr. Daniel’s team is currently focused on triple negative breast cancers (TNBC), which are most prevalent in young women of African ancestry and Hispanic women.

YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Your proceeds go towards cancer research and providing support to women with cancer.

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