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The first two times I wrote for Entrepreneur, I thought about the immortality of two great black actors, Chadwick Boseman and Michael K. Williams. In both articles, I have highlighted the need to increase cancer screening, education and awareness programs and increase access to comprehensive health care with community and community support. Mental health advice for black communities. On March 12, I learned about the immortality of a great Black man, Traci Braxton, whose sister was the famous singer, Toni Braxton. Like my love of Black panther a The WireI looked at the famous one Braxton Family Properties over the years and fully understand the complex dynamics of interpersonal relationships in relation to family knowledge.

On the same day, March 12, I received an email from the American Cancer Society (ACS), entitled “3 tips to talk about when looking for cancer” encouraging lovers and caregivers love, be patient and consider their way to counsel. But this email from the ACS revealing critical data prompted me to take an in -depth look at the value of publishing their 2020 data report from the National Cancer Institute (NCI), which believes maintenance and inspection will take 6 months to complete. it could threaten about 10,000 more lives in the next 10 years. Simply put, getting cancer when it is easy to treat can save lives.

Select: What Chadwick Boseman tells us about health care

However, as the data suggests, there is a need for national initiatives to increase cancer surveillance and education programs with a focus on black communities. This is because blacks have the highest mortality rate and the shortest life expectancy of any race / ethnicity in the United States for the majority of chronic diseases. However, most black health professionals, scientists and other important responsibilities are involved in health care and the life sciences. Surprisingly, the coronavirus has easily reached the health sciences industry in the United States, but nowadays 67 percent of White and Asian men want to hold significant responsibilities from epidemiologists. and research scientists. Despite their interest in science and math, African American students, including men, often found themselves in those careers.

In almost every language, in my Igbo language, there is a saying that says, “birds of one feather come together”. This is the reason behind Jumpstart Nova, “the first business fund in America to independently invest in established blacks and lead businesses at the forefront of the health care industry.” Founded by renowned Nashville entrepreneur Marcus Whitney, the $ 55-million fund seeks to address years of traditional underinvestment in large black health care providers by establishing new time for some money to look at and invest in them.

One of JumpStart Nova’s first publishers was Cellevolve, a cell therapy and commercial development organization in San Francisco founded by Drs. Derrell Porter, a second Penn MD/MBA alum, is an entrepreneur and one of the black biotech executives. In a joint interview with the San Francisco Business Times, Dr. Porter commented that when Marcus invested in his first business venture, Cellevolve, “The risks are higher. But getting someone else. like Marcus on the other side like you, the higher your ability to make that relationship. “

Select: Michael K. Williams and the Mental Health Debacle in Black Communities

Fortunately, Big Pharma and other life sciences organizations are watching. For example, in October 2021, Bristol Myers Squibb, along with its partners, National Medical Fellowships (NMF) and the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR), announced the first group of 52 doctors selected for its Diversity in Clinical Trials Career Development Program. (BMSF DCTCDP). These 52 first -time researchers are the first of 250 community -based clinical trials to be studied over five years, $ 100 million.

Taken together, there is a need for greater awareness of black life science and health care leaders who can serve as role models that can help advance science, especially in African Americans. which is constantly under observation in laboratories and health care facilities. But these black founders and CEOs need marketing and financial support at the earliest stages to start and continue their business. In addition, racial differences and quality of care have persisted for centuries and are equally encouraged to fill the gap, especially in cancer screening and care.


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