Bikira Radcliffe is the founder of United Colors of Cancer, the first and only global organization committed to increasing the number of BIPOC cancer survivors. While beginning medical studies, Bikira was diagnosed with aggressive metastatic thyroid cancer and was devastated when she discovered the lack of cultural and systemic support available to under-represented cancer survivors. Today, she is on a mission to remake and reshape the entire healthcare system as it relates to just and equitable cancer care. Bikira is a graduate of Tuskegee University (with dual degrees in Biology and Physics), a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, and a blessed and deeply grateful mother and wife.
I'm voting for my fellow ladies of color as I believe in ALL of us! :)
Father is Glorified in our good works.
Fingers crossed for your success!
Continue your great work! 💕💚
This is a great cause!
Much success to you!
Thank you for all you do!
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