Study Reveals Black and Hispanic Women Not Referred to Top-Tier for Breast Exams


Nara Schoenberg writing for the Chicago Tribune reports that a University of Illinois study reveals that Black and Hispanic Chicago women are less likely than white women to get diagnosed with breast cancer early, when the illness is more treatable, in part because racial minorities are less likely to be diagnosed at high-performing centers of excellence in breast cancer care.  Select the link below to read this entire important article.

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