It’s been understood for some time that African American women are more likely than women of other races to be diagnosed with forms of breast cancer that are advanced stage, aggressive or hard to treat. Even though Black women and white women get breast cancer at about the same rate, Black women die from breast cancer at a higher rate, according to the CDC.
When it comes to breast cancer, prevention is key.
Find out more about breast cancer risk factors and prevention at our upcoming FREE VIRTUAL event, “The Inequality of Healthcare: What Women of Color Need to Know About Breast Cancer and Prevention” on July 23rd from 7-9 PM with renowned women’s health experts:
Lisa Larkin, MD, FACP, NCMP, IF
Women’s Health Internist
Founder and CEO Ms.Medicine
Hope O’Brien, MD, MBA, FAHS, FAAN
Founder and CEO of Headache Center of Hope
Holly Pederson, MD, NCMP
Medical Director, Beachwood Breast Center at Cleveland Clinic
IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFO:
To sign up for this free webinar, please register through the link below. https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/5206126392787900686
Sign up for your Breast Cancer Risk Assessment HERE.
A special thank you to our Empower Sponsor, P&G Ventures.
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Feeling swamped by the massive amount of information about women’s health? Questions about what treatments are safe and effective for midlife health issues? Stay tuned for information about this upcoming event open to consumers and clinicians in Cincinnati, Ohio.