Breast cancer in sub-Saharan African women. - Western african women with breast cancer

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In general, breast cancer is the second most common malignancy of women in Breast cancer is less common in sub-Saharan Africa compared to the Western. Compared with US-born black women, the prevalence rate ratio of triple-negative breast cancer was 8% lower among Western-African-born.

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By Mokinos - 06:30
An intriguing pattern of breast cancer in African-American women is seen in the populations of western Africa [13–16], similar to the patterns of breast cancer.
By Sharisar - 04:09
Women in SSA. Keywords: Africa, Breast cancer, prevalence, women The highest prevalence rate is noted in East, North and West Africa.
By Maushakar - 07:46
Black women in the United States who were born in West Africa have a similar risk for triple negative breast cancer as black women born in the.
By Vojora - 11:52
The prevalence of triple-negative breast cancer was highest among U.S.-born and Western-African–born black women, followed by.
By Mezimuro - 19:17
Introduction Sub-Saharan African (SSA) women with breast cancer (BC) have low cancer mortality:incidence ratio of in SSA in , twice that of Western.

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