Breast Cancer Death Rates Decline

Fewer women are dying from breast cancer today than ever before, and this is largely due to advances in screening and treatment. Poorer women, however, are seeing a slower and later decline in their risk of dying from breast cancer in part because they don’t have as much access to these life-saving advances.Fewer women are dying from breast cancer today than ever before, and this is largely due to advances in screening and treatment. Poorer women, however, are seeing a slower and later decline in their risk of dying from breast cancer in part because they don’t have as much access to these life-saving advances.

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