Rowers are known for their drive, their tenacity, their passion, and their love of the sport. Rowers push themselves harder than most, and rowers want to win. Rowers are the perfect bunch to support our community as we battle to win the fight against breast cancer. Ultimately, that is why we come together each year. Not only as competitors, but as a rowing community. One goal: to kick cancer, together!
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When you have cancer, the last thing you need is to fill out pages of forms to apply for money to have groceries, electricity, or childcare. NWHH helps patients where they are, with immediate, tangible help. No hoops, just help. How do we do it?
The breast cancer program is a highly interdisciplinary group of investigators dedicated to reducing the incidence and subsequent mortality of breast cancer. It is a model for the delivery of integrated diagnosis and treatment for breast cancer. The breast imaging group is considered one of the strongest in the country.
The failure in recruiting people of color for clinical trials is part of a broader failure in providing black women access to information about and services for diagnosing and treating breast cancer. As another Breast Cancer Awareness Month comes to an end, a troubling inequity must remain front and center: Black women are being left behind by our efforts to end the suffering caused by this disease. Although a recent American Cancer Society study reports that more than , breast-cancer deaths were averted over the last three decades, it also notes that black women were 39 percent more likely to die from breast cancer than white women. This disparity can be narrowed with two steps: Boost research on the types of breast cancer that are more prevalent among black women, and improve outreach efforts to inform them.