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Early Intervention

Although white women are more likely to develop breast cancer, black
women are more likely to die from the disease. Now researchers from East

Carolina University think they have discovered why. They found that a
combination of social and cultural beliefs and lack of access to health
care leads many black women to delay seeking care. That means they are
more likely to be diagnosed in the later stages of breast cancer, when
treatment is less effective. The researchers advise doctors to "be aware

of the cultural and psychosocial biases of their patients" in order to
provide early intervention and treatment of breast cancer. -- Source:
The Journal of the American Medical
Association, June 10, 1998

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