The Kenneth A. Smaltz Sr. Foundation for the Care and Cure of Alzheimer’s offers support for people living with dementia, their families and (unpaid) caregivers, and provides leadership in dementia services and policy.
Metropolitan Hospital Center will host “Wig It For Cancer,” a special event in support of women with cancer on Tuesday, September 30, from 3PM to 6PM. Continue Reading →
Every year, thousands of smokers vow to quit smoking and every year most of them fail. Too many people try to quit on their own and fall back into cigarettes through habit and addiction. Continue Reading →
As Chair of the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life in Harlem next month. Here, the 69-year young Calvin Martin reflects on his life as a cancer survivor, his inspirations, his reaction when he found out he had cancer and his advice for survivors. Continue Reading →