Minority Communities Are Not Receiving Adequate Genetic Testing For Breast & Ovarian Cancer, Study Finds; This Can Be a Life-Saving Resource

Updated March 23rd, 2022

Minority Communities Are Not Receiving Adequate Genetic Testing For Breast & Ovarian Cancer, Study Finds; This Can Be a Life-Saving Resource

In a recent Journal of Clinical Oncology study, research found alarming disparities between white and minority women diagnosed with breast and ovarian cancer.

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