Disparities in Breast Cancer Outcomes

According to a new report released this week by the American Cancer Society, the rate at which African American women are diagnosed with breast cancer has increased and now mirrors the rate of white women, which historically has been higher. The troubling fact is, African American women continue to die more from the disease. To get a feel for what it's like to navigate breast cancer treatment as an African American woman in Cleveland, ideastream's health reporter Kay Colby followed one woman's journey.
 

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