African-American women face a lower risk of being diagnosed with breast cancer as compared to Caucasian-American women, yet they paradoxically face an.
Rates of breast cancer in the U.S. vary by race and ethnicity. White women and black women have the highest incidence (rate of new breast cancer cases).
Breast cancer is estimated to be the most common cancer worldwide. We sought to assemble publicly available data from Africa to provide.
African American women face both disproportionate exposure to breast carcinogens African American women have a 31% breast cancer mortality rate – the.
Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths among women in the United States.1 African American women have the highest death rate of all.