Braxton Family Values teams up with the Foundation for Women’s Cancer
Traci Braxton was the 2012 Race to End Women’s Cancer celebrity spokesperson, giving a speech to the crowd before the race and running in the race herself. Traci even met up with some ladies from Black Girls Run! Traci is also featured in the Foundation for Women’s Cancer’s newest PSA, which will launch on WE tv April 11. Catch Traci and the Foundation for Women’s Cancer on Braxton Family Values on April 11 at 9|8c.
About the Foundation for Women’s Cancer
Every seven minutes, a woman is diagnosed with a gynecologic cancer — cervical, ovarian, uterine, vaginal and vulvar — touching more than 88,000 wives, mothers, daughters, sisters, colleagues and friends in the US each year.
The Foundation for Women’s Cancer raises funds for research and training, offers educational materials and free courses to survivors and their loved ones, and strives to provide all women with the information they need to make the best choices to ensure their gynecologic health.
Reproductive cancers affect women of all ages — from their teens and 20′s through their 80′s.
The Foundation urges all women to LEARN, LISTEN and ACT to maintain their gynecologic health:
• LEARN the symptoms and risk factors for each gynecologic cancer;
• LISTEN to their bodies;
• ACT to take preventive steps, and seek care first from a gynecologic oncologist for the best outcomes.
Please support the Foundation for Women’s Cancer and the National Race to End Women’s Cancer!
For more information and to register for the race, visit www.foundationforwomenscancer.org.