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Breast Cancer Disparities, with The Witness Project

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Co-host Natasha Allard interviews First Lady Charmaine Geeter and First Lady Narseary Harris from the National Witness Project, along with Dr. Ermelinda Bonaccio from Roswell Park, on their efforts to overcome breast cancer screening disparities among African American women in Western New York and on racial discrimination in healthcare setting.
Ermelinda Bonaccio, MD

Dr. Bonaccio serves as the Chair of Diagnostic Radiology at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center and has been a breast imager for 24 years.

First Lady Charmaine Geeter and First Lady Narseary Harris

As first ladies of their church, First Lady Geeter and First Lady Harris are passionate about their advocacy work with The National Witness Project. The goal of the National Witness Project program is to increase cancer awareness and cancer screening uptake in the African American community.

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Co-host Natasha Allard interviews First Lady Charmaine Geeter and First Lady Narseary Harris from the National Witness Project, along with Dr. Ermelinda Bonaccio from Roswell Park, on their efforts to overcome breast cancer screening disparities among African American women in Western New York and on racial discrimination in healthcare setting.
Ermelinda Bonaccio, MD

Dr. Bonaccio serves as the Chair of Diagnostic Radiology at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center and has been a breast imager for 24 years.

First Lady Charmaine Geeter and First Lady Narseary Harris

As first ladies of their church, First Lady Geeter and First Lady Harris are passionate about their advocacy work with The National Witness Project. The goal of the National Witness Project program is to increase cancer awareness and cancer screening uptake in the African American community.

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Spotify
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