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Get a mammogram because breast cancer can sneak up on you

Triple-negative breast cancer is a cancer that tests negative for the three common receptors typically found in breast cancer. It occurs infrequently but tends to be more aggressive and has fewer treatment options. It is also about twice as common, both in proportion of breast cancers and in incidence rates among black women than white women in the U.S., a factor that is often considered as one contributor to lower breast cancer survival among black patients.

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