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Celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness, with us. Stream God's Grace: The Sheila Johnson Story on BET+.Sheila Johnson is STYLETAINMENT GALA 2022 Breast Cancer Survivor Honoree. We are so proud of her.

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness, on behalf of STYLETAINMENT, we were thrilled to present the highly anticipated third annual GALA Awards on December 9th, 2023, at the exquisite Delta Marriott Hotel in Somerset, NJ.

STYLETAINMENT The Show, A Cancer Survivor's Story, serves as our entertainment platform to raise awareness about the critical need to support homeless women with breast cancer. Our objective is to take the show on tour to expand our outreach and support.

October is breast cancer awareness month, so Matt TV, decided to conduct a social experiment to see how people would react if they saw a homeless woman with breast cancer sit down on the side of the street. The results were surprising!



Did you know there are thousands of women that are currently being treated  for breast cancer, but are homeless, stressed and struggling to meet their day-to-day living expenses and losing their lives?

What if there were “A Place Called LOVE”  for homeless women going through breast cancer treatments to live, at no cost to them?

Would you support it?



Women Experiencing Homelessness Face Significant Delays to Treatment for Breast Cancer

In the effort to reduce disparities in breast cancer outcomes, homeless women are still being left behind.

Homeless People Lack Access to Breast Cancer Screening, ASCO Study Finds

Navigating the Homeless Patient Through Cancer Care

Over the years, I have encountered many patients who are homeless and simultaneously living with cancer. Some were living in shelters; however, due to issues such as safety concerns, lack of identification, lack of available space, medical barriers (such as the inability to accommodate needed medical equipment), and risk of infection, many patients have opted to remain out of the shelter system.

In our study, as in the general population, breast cancer was the most commonly diagnosed cancer among homeless women

"Another study found that women who are homeless are more likely to be diagnosed with more advanced stages of breast cancer, with 68% of cases being regionally advanced at diagnosis compared with less than 30% in the general population."
Celebration Of Life Annual, Inc.

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