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Breast Cancer Deaths Drop Nearly 40% In the US

04 Octobre 2017

But there were no significant differences in breast cancer death rates between black and white women in seven states, according to the study, while Massachusetts, Connecticut, and DE had similar rates, suggesting equitable breast cancer outcomes are feasible.

McGrath Foundation breast cancer nurse Yarna Sargent said the day would show what help is available locally to aid patients, both male and female, through treatment. "Some states are showing that they can close the gap".

Still, the remaining black-white disparity "is not acceptable", said Lee Schwartzberg, a medical oncologist at West Cancer Center in Germantown, Tennessee.

She said BCHC conducts 12,000 screening and diagnostic appointments every year and since the radiation facility opened in May, it has treated 54 patients — 13 of which had breast cancer diagnosed.

Mammography is an example of the nurture side of the equation. And, more than 40,000 women will likely lose their battle with the disease per ACS statistics. Survival rates continue to improve steadily each year thanks to early detection and advanced treatment. A new Genetics study gives us a heads up on the link between ethnicity and the worst form of breast cancer, triple negative breast cancer.

The global organization oversees more than 100 affiliates, which operate in communities to further breast cancer awareness, and Komen Northwest North Carolina is one such affiliate.

The analysis reveals stark differences.

From 2006 to 2015, there was a decrease in deaths in all groups.

"Since the introduction of screening mammograms in the 1990s, the death rate for breast cancer has declined by 40 percent", she said.

Local health club Focused Fitness will be holding a cardio party at Butler Intermediate High School where participants can build up a sweat in the name of fighting breast cancer. The state passed the ambitious plan in 2006, long before the Affordable Care Act mandated coverage for most Americans in 2014.

"I think it's incredibly important to also spread awareness about breast cancer, in particular that breast cancer happens to young women". All proceeds go to Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition.

Many will turn this political and in doing so will take the humanity out of the story.

Breast Cancer Deaths Drop Nearly 40% In the US