Breast Cancer Racial and Ethnic Differences (Copyright © Susan G. Komen Foundation)
Publication Year: 2010
Type: Fact Sheet, 2 pages
Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers among women in the United States. It is the most frequently diagnosed cancer among nearly every racial and ethnic group, including African-American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian, Pacific Islander/Native Hawaiian, and Hispanic women. The rates of developing and dying from the disease differ among ethnic groups, and this publication discusses these differences.
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