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Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation

Triple-negative breast cancers affect people of all races. Breast cancers in African-American women are more likely to be triple-negative than those in white women. Among African-American women who develop breast cancer, there is an estimated 20 to 40 percent chance of the breast cancer being triple-negative. Researchers do not yet understand why premenopausal women and …

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Susan G. Komen

The African American/Black, Hispanic/Latina, and other communities within the U.S. continue to be disproportionately burdened by high incidence (new cases) and mortality rates of breast cancer. Breast cancer is the most common cancer among Asian-American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander women in the U.S. White women have the highest breast cancer incidence overall, while Asian-American …

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