Breast cancer treatment differs between black, white women

10/9/2007 | Yahoo!

A new study found that white women whose breast cancer had spread to the nodes were five times more likely than black women to take a cancer-preventing drug and more than three times more likely to undergo chemotherapy. One researcher said the findings indicate a need for more education to ensure women understand their treatment options.

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