Gaps identified in breast cancer research

November 18, 2019

Our sincere thanks to the authors Dr. Onye Nnorom, Dr. Aisha Lofters and Nakia Lee-Foon of the attached link to the Globe & Mail report of a study we were privileged as a community organization to work with. It truly was a long process albeit very exciting of the possibilities. We are grateful to Gabrielle Giroday, the Media and Communications Specialist at University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine for taking the time to speak with me along with others and further pitching the story to Wency Leung who wrote the article for publishing.

At The Olive Branch of Hope we have paid close attention to the paucity of information that made it difficult for us to serve our community. Surely this is a huge step in the right direction as we seek to get others to not only pay attention but take steps to make necessary changes to help us with our message of "HOPE"

Please take time to read and share with friends who may not have had the opportunity to purchase a copy of the paper.

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/canada/article-study-finds-large-gaps-in-research-on-breast-and-cervical-cancers/


Sincerely

Leila Springer
President/CEO
The Olive Branch of Hope  

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