Racial & Ethnic Issues in Screening (Copyright © Susan G. Komen Foundation)
Publication Year: 2011
Even with access to care and regular screening, African-American women still have shorter survival times and more advanced tumors when diagnosed with breast cancer. Although African-American women have lower rates of breast cancer than white women, they are more likely to die from it. This article addresses biological differences that may contribute to this gap in survival rates.
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