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Pollyworm Books

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"Too Much Ahead To Look Back"

Upcoming Book signings

Let's Talk About Breast Cancer 

(in the Black Community)​

It's time to stop cheating our health narratives by cornering them in a 31 day space.

Join JustRee Williams, Stacey Shannon Johnson and Harvey Butaleon Degree Sr. as we talk about breast cancer from both the female and male perspective, the racial disparages that exist in care, the statistics (for all men and women), importance of self checks, mammograms and early detection, and what happens after you're diagnosed with breast cancer.

Join this very candid yet informative Zoom meetup on Thursday, Apr 28, 2022 08:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Black men and breast cancer.

This year, an estimated 2,710 men in the US will be diagnosed with breast cancer. Black men have the highest incidence rates and a lower chance of recovery