When it comes to cervical cancer, new information shows African-American women are dying at a much higher rate than white women.
In Louisiana, we have one of the highest rates of death, and number of women who get the condition.
Kyvonne Winley loves New Orleans culture and second lines, of course that’s second only to the love of her six children and 11 grandchildren. Lately there’s been heartbreak. She lost her beloved sister Faye to cancer from smoking. In a case of mistaken identity, a gunman shot her point blank in her face. It still bears the scars. And then only in her 40s, more challenging news.