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Know Your Girls: Breast cancer survivor diagnosed at 16 shares her story to help Black women save their own lives

Know Your Girls is committed to educating Black women about breast cancer. As part of their campaign to educate and inform Black women about their cancer risks, they connected TheGrio with Nikia Hammonds-Blakely, a survivor who was diagnosed at 16 years old. “I was in the shower one morning getting ready for school and I felt the… Read More »

What we learned from John Singleton: Why Black men need to get serious about their health

Getty Images When the news broke in April that filmmaker John Singleton had died from a stroke, at only 51 years old, fans and colleagues were shocked by the untimely and completely unexpected loss. In the wake of this tragedy, we’ve since found out that a number of other celebrated Black men are dying from… Read More »

TKC digital signs strategic partnership agreement with Contexta360 to add advanced AI and speech analytics to their portfolio

LONDON – 24th May 2019 — Contexta360, a leading speech analytics and conversational computing company, today announced it has signed a reseller agreement with TKC digital, a leading knowledge management vendor and call centre consultancy. Contexta360 supports TKC digital by analysing and improving the customer service journey. The agreement leverages TKC digital’s knowledge management technology,… Read More »

Daily on Healthcare: Voters happy with their healthcare, survey finds, highlighting risks of sweeping reform plans

Smart content. Deeper culture. Better access. Become a subscriber to the Washington Examiner magazine. SIGN UP! If you’d like to continue receiving the Washington Examiner‘s Daily on Healthcare newsletter, SUBSCRIBE HERE: http://newsletters.washingtonexaminer.com/newsletter/daily-on-healthcare/ VOTERS HAPPY WITH THEIR HEALTHCARE, SURVEY FINDS, HIGHLIGHTING RISKS OF SWEEPING REFORM PLANS: Voters perceive the U.S. healthcare system as deeply flawed, even… Read More »