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Posted: October 24, 2011
K'Shema Francis's picture

Local celebs continue to lend their support to the public awareness campaign for the fight against cancer.

Cherine Anderson has joined forces with Yoplait and the Jamaica Cancer Society. She speaks with Music News about her personal commitment to the cause.

Yendi Phillips and Tami Chyn among others are onboard with Yoplait and The Jamaica Cancer Society in their commitment to actively communicate the importance of early detection, as the best defense in the fight against cancer.

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The station officially went on air on August 1, 1990. Reggae in the morning, Reggae in the evening, Reggae in the night was the cry. Critics said it was impossible to sustain a 24-hour Reggae music station. In fact, so strong was the impact, it proved that this format was something the Jamaican public yearned for. The 'little station that could' got all media houses in Jamaica to stand up and take note.

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