As most 24-year-olds are either finishing school or entering into their careers and or finding what it is that they want to do in life, Brittania Bryant, better known as Tyga B. felt a lump on her breast and later found out that she in fact had breast cancer.
With mother Michell Bryant by her side, though she had support Tyga B, still found it difficult to find support within her age group, as it was out of the norm for women her age much less black women to be diagnosed with breast cancer. However Tyga B. and her mom share their testimony and most importantly how it was important for her to help others.
However Tyga B. and her mom continue to share their testimony and most importantly how it was important for her to help others.
Find out how Tyga B. and her team along with Mom Michell are helping breast cancer patients with 'cold caps'.
With her new book out and her book signing coming up;
Saturday, March 25th, at the;
African-American Research Library and Cultural Center
2650 Sistrunk Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311