Breast cancer does not discriminate. Any woman of any race can get it. But what many might not know is that minorities such as African Americans, Latinos and Asians tend to develop breast cancer earlier and often have more aggressive tumors than white women. And as we find out in this discussion with Mayo Clinic Dr. Amber Isely, often, minorities aren’t diagnosed until after the disease has spread.
To listen to this podcast click on the following link: Minorities and Breast Cancer