"In my community, there are huge myths and taboos about black people getting breast cancer."
"When my tests came back, and the lump was malignant, I was in shock. I was offered a support group, but wanted to go to one with other black women who would have been through the same shock that I had." Della found it hard to find support for black women. Now she runs groups in Nigeria, spreading awareness of breast cancer and tackling taboos.