Boniechia is a woman of much complexity that has gone through many hardships and journeys. She has endured poor treatment from healthcare professionals, taken on the role of an adoptive mother, began a bodybuilding journey, and much more.
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Stories From Our Community
Linda Blow Jones of Hookerton, NC is a wife, mother, grandmother, and cancer survivor. Linda shares her health story because of her desire to inform others on how important it is to get their yearly mammogram screenings.
Ms. Kimbly shares her clinical trial journey with the NOWINCLUDED community.
“As a mother of two young boys, I want to do all I can to lead a healthy life – mentally and physically. It’s empowering to know I have a community of people – who look like me – to learn from and share with.”
– Leanna Adeola
“I’m grateful to have a place to not only share what I know, but to learn from others, when it comes to owning my health journey.”
– Kaleem McGill
“I’m in the healthcare industry, and have seen the power of people, within our own communities, sharing knowledge, and wisdom, that you can’t find online or in books.”
– Raphael Adeola