Breast cancer detection strides tempered by racial disparities

10/3/2003 | USA Today

Health officials point to public awareness campaigns to explain improvements in early detection rates of breast cancer. But they add that black women are diagnosed at later stages and have 30% higher death rates from breast cancer than white women.

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