Black Women With Breast Cancer Are Often Diagnosed Later & Have Lower Survival Rates: These Are a Few Reasons Why

Updated June 28th, 2021

Black Women With Breast Cancer Are Often Diagnosed Later & Have Lower Survival Rates: These Are a Few Reasons Why

Black women are less likely to get breast cancer, but more likely to die from it. Research sheds light on some of the reasons why.

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