Conversations about what it is, how it forms and the signs and symptoms we should know about.
Recent studies compiled by the American Cancer Society have shown that mortality rates for Black women diagnosed with breast cancer are 40% higher than white women. Among women under 50, the disparity is even greater. The advancements in treatment in addition to early screenings have dramatically reduced breast cancer mortality overall, however Black women have not equally benefited.
In partnership with Henry Ford Health System and welcoming Dr. Eleonor Walker, HF Cancer Institute Radiation Oncologist, let’s talk together in community about what we can control and how we can advocate for ourselves and one another.