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Race bias in cancer ‘costing lives’

Each day around 125 women are diagnosed with breast cancer, but are they all getting the same chances?

In this week’s Scrubbing Up, biochemist Abi Ajose-Adeogun from Better Days Cancer Care – a cancer charity for African Caribbean women – and its founder, Marina Raime, argue that black women are getting a raw deal.

They say black women with breast cancer suffer from higher death rates and that research carried out mainly on white women can produce skewed data.

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