Black, Hispanic Survivors of Breast Cancer Have Higher Death Rates from Second Cancers

Black, Hispanic Survivors of Breast Cancer Have Higher Death Rates from Second Cancers

A recent study from the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center found that Hispanic and non-Hispanic Black female survivors of breast cancer experience higher death rates after being diagnosed with a second primary cancer than members of other ethnic and racial groups. Read more about the study here.

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