10/25 at 11am: Breast cancer is the second leading cause of death among Native American women over the age of 45. It is more common among Alaska Native women and northern and southern plains women than among Natives from other regions in the U.S.
Identifying and treating breast problems early helps increase survival. Regular check-ups and yearly mammograms are the key to catching breast cancer before it is too late.
What do you do if you find out there is breast cancer in your family?
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