James W. Coleman, Ph.D., principal investigator.
Ph.D. microbiology, University of Louisville, summa cum laude
M.S. biology/bacteriology, Tuskegee Institute
B.S. biology, Tougaloo College
Worked for or at:
- Presently, Cancer Research Center of America, Inc. (“CRCA”) President/CEO
- Joseph E. Seagram & Sons, Inc., R&D biotechnology.
- University of Louisville School of Medicine.
- Tuskegee University School of Nursing.
- United States Air Force Epidemiological Laboratory.
It has been said that one person can make a difference. I am the one person who has gathered some facts that should make a meaningful difference in the battle against breast cancer. As a volunteer and research scientist, I spent countless hours during 16 years, often at my own expense, collecting and analyzing breast cancer data and reviewing the literature for this study.
Unfortunately, CRCA does not have the financial resources to bring this historic study to the public domain. We need your help! Unless the community comes forward now and donate to this solicitation campaign, I have a good faith belief that some women might continue to develop and die of breast cancer needlessly.
The final draft of the study will be crafted in manner where it can be easily understood by a reader with only an 8th grade education. The idea is to inform and educate the general public at large.