Black women more at risk of poor outcomes from breast cancer
Staff report ALBANY - Getting screened, eating healthy, exercising regularly and knowing their family history make women less vulnerable to breast cancer, which a new study shows is most likely to kill women of color, said Southwest Georgia Health District Health Director Dr. Jacqueline Grant.
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