Tuya Pal, M.D. FAMBG Associate Professor, College of Medicine
Susan Vadaparampil, Ph.D. MPH Associate Professor, College of Medicine
Teri Malo, Ph.D. Research Data Analyst, Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute
University of South Florida St. Petersburg
Although Caucasian women are diagnosed with breast cancer more often than Black women, Black women are diagnosed at younger ages and experience higher mortality from breast cancer than any other racial/ethnic group.
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