Editor's note: This is the second in a series of stories about the Cancer Support Center and its nearly three decades of service to the community.
When you’re a college student, pledging for a sorority is a big deal and an exciting time. Lakenia Robinson calls the Sista’s of Hope her “sorority.”
“I did not elect to be in this sorority,” she said. “I was nominated because I was stricken with cancer.”
But Robinson, Vanessa McCaskill, Dorothy Johnson and dozens of other African American women say their time in the Sista’s of Hope cancer . . .
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