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The tgin Foundation’s mission is to support uninsured women undergoing treatment for breast cancer, highlight the impact of health disparities on survivor outcomes, and stress the importance of early detection for women under the age of 40.


In the city of Chicago, black women are 42% more likely to die from breast cancer than the general population. Despite the recent decline in breast cancer mortality within the United States, African American women continue to die from breast cancer at higher rates than women of other races.  *Poverty continues to be the primary social factor underlying health disparities.

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of breast cancers occur in women who have no known family history of breast cancer. Source:
of young women find breast abnormalities themselves. Source: Young Survival Coalition
of women diagnosed with breast cancer found the lumps themselves. Source:


This is only a test

This is only a test

CHRIS-TIA DONALDSON  knew what it meant to beat the odds. Going from the inner city of Detroit to the Ivy League to founding a successful hair care company and facing brutal trials like breast cancer along the way, she embodied the strength so many women in America aspire to have. Get your copy of This is Only a Test, and embark on Chris-Tia’s  journey of faith, family, and relationships.

**A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to providing better access to breast health services through transportation.

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