Published in Women's Health Weekly, May 15th, 2003
Breast cancer isn't as common among black women as white women, yet black patients are more likely to die of their disease. Only part of the problem is socioeconomic. Specialists now agree that breast cancer seems more aggressive in black women, although they can't explain why.
The new study of the gene called BP1 provides a promising lead, said chief researcher Dr. Patricia Berg of George Washington University Medical Center, whose findings were published by...
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