Black Women Are More Likely to Die From Breast Cancer Than White Women

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By Molly Grady

A new report from the Centers for Disease Control Finds black women with breast cancer have a 40-percent higher risk of dying than white women with the disease.

Researchers say black women are more likely to be diagnosed with advance stages of the disease.

The report say black women do not have the same access to preventative care and higher quality treatment.



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