1. It’s More Common Than You Think One in eight. 12 percent. That’s the chance of a woman having breast cancer at some point in her life, making breast cancer the second most common cancer among women in the U.S. 2. It’s Up To You To Know Your Risk It’s extremely important for younger women to know their family history. If you have a first-degree relative, like a mother or sister, who is diagnosed at a young age then your risk is greater. 3. Race Does Matter While white women have a higher chance of developing breast cancer, black women are more likely to die from it and to have secondary cancer. Black women are also three times more likely to develop...
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