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Among women ages , African-American women have a higher incidence of breast cancer than white women and the highest death rate from breast cancer. .

Does race or ethnicity affect breast cancer risk? All women should be aware of their risk for breast cancer; it can affect women of every age, race, and ethnic group. However, the rates of developing and dying from breast cancer vary among various racial and ethnic groups. According to the National Cancer Institute, white, non-Hispanic women have the highest overall incidence rate for breast cancer .

White women are slightly more likely to develop breast cancer than African American, Hispanic, and Asian women. But African American women are more likely to develop more aggressive, more advanced-stage breast cancer that is diagnosed at a young age. African American women are also more likely to die from breast cancer.

The Race Against Breast Cancer The Race Against Breast Cancer, Inc (RABC) was established to pay for a full range of screening/diagnostic mammography services to those who live and work in Northeast Kansas counties (Atchison, Brown, Doniphan, Douglas, Jackson, Jefferson, Nemaha, Osage, Pottawatomie, Shawnee and Wabaunsee) who are in need of financial assistance.