Racial Disparities Affect Breast Cancer Treatment

By all accounts, breast cancer survivor Yvonne Durham was lucky. "It was the Friday before Mother's Day of 1992," she said. "I had had a biopsy of a lump in my left breast. And a man walked into the room and told me I had breast cancer." "I was shocked. I was just totally shocked." Click Here for ON CALL+, the Definitive Breast Cancer Resource Center. After her diagnosis, Durham began a long road of treatment that included surgery, radiation therapy and hormone therapy with the drug...Full Story
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