Deadly Disparities In Breast Cancer Treatment
Black women are not more likely than white women to be diagnosed with breast cancer, but they are more likely to die from it. We ask Dr. Otis Brawley, a Johns Hopkins expert in cancer screening and prevention--why?
He’ll be discussing breast cancer this Saturday, Nov. 23, at the health conference, “A Woman’s Journey," at the Hilton Baltimore Inner Harbor. Details here.