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Genetic differences in breast tumors may contribute to racial disparities

Clinicians know the odds tend to be stacked against Black breast cancer patients. They have more dangerous and aggressive subtypes of breast cancer more frequently than white patients. Within breast cancer subtypes, Black patients tend to have worse outcomes compared to white patients, too. But what biological factors contribute to these disparities — and how much — is an open question.


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