Breast Cancer Death Rates Drop, but Racial Disparities Remain, American Cancer Society Reports

Breast Cancer Death Rates Drop, but Racial Disparities Remain, American Cancer Society Reports
Advances in medicine have significantly lowered death rates in women with breast cancer, but black women are still more likely to die of the disease than white women, according to an American Cancer Society report. Between 1989 and 2015, breast cancer deaths fell 39 percent. This was mostly due to improvements in treatment and efforts at early

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