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Breast Cancer Resources

Published On: | Kylie Chin

Here are a list of resources from the web for dealing with a breast cancer diagnosis, or helping a loved one cope. Faces of Breast Cancer article: The New York Times This year more than 1.4 million women around the world will learn they have breast cancer. The disease is the biggest cancer killer of […]

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Share Your Breast Cancer Stories with The New York Times

Published On: | Kylie Chin

We all have stories. Tales of triumph, tales of defeat—depressing stories, uplifting stories, stories we can learn from and stories we want to forget. Somehow, hearing a story about breast cancer, no matter the outcome, seems to touch on all of the previously mentioned emotions. The ups and downs, the small victories and the overwhelming […]

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The Survival Rate Racial Disparity Persists

Published On: | Kylie Chin

Black women in the United States are 40 percent more likely to die of breast cancer than white women according to a study published in the July 24/31 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association. In fact, breast cancer survival rates for black women diagnosed in last two decades has not changed one […]

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