We've known for a while that triple-negative breast cancer is more common in black women in the United States, compared to other groups.
African-American women face a lower risk of being diagnosed with breast cancer as compared to Caucasian-American women, yet they paradoxically face an.
This retrospective case-control study examines risk factors for breast cancer in African-American women, who recently have shown an increase in the incidence .
Risk factors for breast cancer were examined in black women in a hospital-based case-control study of 529 black women with breast cancer and 589 controls.
Rates of breast cancer in the U.S. vary by race and ethnicity. White women and black women have the highest incidence (rate of new breast cancer cases).